So this week, I started with a black canvas, then added the sunflower and decorative ‘hardware’. I used acrylic polymers to add depth to the center of the flower and the edges. Had a difficult time making this colorful. On a black canvas, paints are much darker than they appear! After a lot of layering, I finally got the colors I envisioned.Follow @DigitalDebbie
Continuing my experimentation with acrylic polymers, I found that while Acrylic Moulding Paste doesn’t work well with every piece, it does add texture to an otherwise flat looking canvas. I loved using it on Beached at Washington Oaks State Park because it added a third dimension to the piece.
I enjoy mastering new techniques and this one was a lot of fun. I like paintings with texture and quite honestly, acrylics weren’t giving me the depth I was striving to achieve. “Wilting Hibiscus” is the first of my original paintings to employ a technique using acrylic molding paste, then painting the paste with brightly colored acrylics on a black canvas to add depth.
I hope you enjoy it and yes…it is for sale!Follow @DigitalDebbie
Well, free shipping has ended, but we still have a few bargains that you can’t afford to miss. Through Cyber Monday midnight, order any of the three canvases below at bargain prices. Just click the link to connect.
Own a Debbie for less all weekend long. Through Cyber Monday, 11:59 p.m., order fine artwork from an award winning artist for a fraction of the cost. Click on the links below.
11×14 Tulips, Tulips, Tulips, giclee on canvas: $60. http://bit.ly/2fJkY2U
11×14 Snowfall in Central Park, Giclee on canvas $60.
25×36 Hats Off! Giclee on canvas, $110.
That’s right. Own A Debbie is participating in Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday sales. You can do all your shopping right here and surprise your loved ones with one of a kind gift.
Check back Friday morning for special deals that last through Cyber Monday or catch up with us Small Business Saturday, November 26, at Frame of Mind, 25 West Granada Blvd. in Ormond Beach.
The Art and Antique Gallery of Eau Gallie has selected “Eulogy to the Incandescent” to display there in the month of November. This is my first 3-D, mixed media piece and I am honored to be there for the RECYCLED Trashtastic Art Show. Yes, it is for sale if you so desire and the bulbs glow in the dark!
Where can you find Debbie this season?
Sea Casas in Flagler Beach offers a number of exclusive originals on display and for sale. They feature local art and artists and I’m proud to be part of their exhibit!
Quality Inn International Speedway in Daytona Beach features a number of ‘Debbie’s’ in their lobby and offers them for sale as well. Thank you for featuring my work for over three years!
Cinematique on Beach Street in Daytona Beach is also a proponent of local artists. ‘Debbie’s’ are featured in their lobby through November 28.Follow @DigitalDebbie
Well, Matthew has passed us by, but its coming meant the cancellation of two shows I planned to participate in: The annual Garden Club of Ponce Inlet Arts and Crafts Show, which has not been rescheduled, and Art in the Alley on Beach Street in Daytona which is now set for October 21.
A big thank you to everyone involved in Art Prize, the world’s largest art show in Grand Rapids, MI. A special thank you to First Park Congregational which hosted, Tulips, Tulips Everywhere.
If you are looking for special, one of a kind gifts for the holidays, I will be posting items here in the next few weeks that will please the most finicky recipients.
Ongoing through October 7th, If you happen to be in Grand Rapids, MI for the 8th annual Art Prize show, I hope you will stop by to see my entry. I am grateful to First Park Congregational for allowing Tulips Tulips Everywhere to be part of their display at this prestigious event. See it at, 10 E Park Place NE Grand Rapids, MI 49503, noon to 8 p.m. daily.
Friday, Oct. 7, and Saturday, Oct. 8, from 10:00 till 4:00 p.m., I will be at the Ponce Inlet 34th Annual Arts, Crafts, and Plants Show. l will have some of my latest original work as well as Debbie’s Rocks, signed cards featuring local scenes and special edition hand painted coasters. 4670 S. Peninsula, Ponce Inlet.
Friday evening, October 7, I will be at Downtown Daytona Nights in Daytona Beach from 5-9 p.m. Come out and enjoy music and art on Beach Street!Follow @DigitalDebbie
First, I want to thank everyone for their undying support of everything I’ve been involved in over the years. I am awed and humbled by your support.
Most recently, I want to thank all of you for going through great pains to register to vote for my tulips at Art Prize this year. I know it was a pain in the neck and I realize that everyone who did it, did it for me. Yup. I’m feeling the love.
Apparently I was reading some information from previous years where you could vote from anywhere. This year, it was changed to prevent fraud. Now you have to be physically present in Grand Rapids, MI to be able to vote. Yup. It tracks your location. So unless you plan to be there, you will not be able to vote for me or anyone else.
I am truly sorry for an inconvenience I’ve caused. You are all special to me. If you do happen to be in Grand Rapids between now and October 2, I hope you will stop by to see my Tulips and yes…vote there!
The folks at First Park kindly sent me a photo of it hanging in their gallery. They have been wonderful in making sure my Tulips were shown.
If you do happen to go, here’s the info you will need: It is at First Park Congregational, open from noon till 8 every day during the event. It’s located at 10 Park Place NE, Grand Rapids, MI, 49503. My voting number is, 62915, Tulips, Tulips Everywhere.
Thanks so much for all your support!