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Charcoal, pastel & texture

  • October 9, 2018

I really had fun making this portrait. Experimenting with a combination of charcoal, soft pastel, and texture. Lots of yummie texture, can't get enough of that! :-)

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Texture journey continued

  • August 31, 2017

My texture journey continues! I am doing lots of experiments with texture and how to combine it with figurative work. Exciting and challenging to do! I really love the sense of movement and depth it creates. Many people have asked me…

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My Scars Tell My Story

  • August 23, 2017

I have been experimenting with texture in my portraits lately. I love the effect of the texture, which creates depth and interest. The texture in this portrait reminded me of scars. Outer scars, or even inner scars. If you look…

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Texture!

  • August 18, 2017

I have been experimenting with charcoal and texture. Loved doing this! I've also really tried to work loose and free, which also fairly inevitable when you're drawing on top of this much texture... 

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Work in progress – continued

  • December 31, 2014

This is the next phase of the work in progress I wrote about in my last post. I'm still exploring and loving all the new possibilities that the depth of the texture bring. The size of the artwork is 80x80…

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Texture art – large scale

  • December 26, 2014

I'm so grateful that the holidays finally give me more time to paint! You might have noticed that recently I'm all into texture art (see my last paintings Stone Circles and Sun Circles) and now I wanted to take it…

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More texture art

  • December 22, 2014

And so I'm continuing my journey into texture. It's so interesting to work with the depth and patterns that the texture creates! This artwork turns out to be the counterpart of the Stone Circles artwork I made yesterday. This time…

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Texture!

  • December 22, 2014

I'm working with texture lately. Lots of texture! It's very interesting to work with texture. It literally adds a whole new dimension to the painting. You can play and experiment with the depth and the patterns that you can create.…

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