Sunday, August 03, 2014

Dear Reader, an Artwork Giveaway (closed)

HI GUYS, I'M POSTING on a Sunday because this week is going to be so hectic, I just know it. I painted this little abstract today. I used acrylic on an 8 x 10 inch canvas, which is the perfect size, considering my limited painting prowess. I've been so inspired by the work of Michelle Armas and Emily Rickard. Their styles are so bold and current, but also feminine. Love them both. 

Our little wannabe untitled abstract over here is a mix of muted pastels, rosy pinks, and golden yellows. And I think it might brighten up a little home office or a small white kitchen. Or be part of an art wall maybe?

IT'S YOURS: Just comment at the end of this post, and give it a TITLE. That's it! Best title wins! This contest is open to anyone with a valid Philippine address, or to anyone in the world who would like to give this to anyone with a valid Philippine address. Follow the blog on Facebook and get bonus points ;)


The winner also gets a virtual hug from this guy...

Thanks for reading, and see you in the comments!

* UPDATE: The winner is Beverly! And thank you all for joining!

8 comments:

  1. This is so pretty! I'm gonna think of that title!

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  2. This painting reminds me of the carefree years before your twenties. I feel like the teen years are so full of innocence and idealism that women in their 20s and 30s sadly begin to lose. But this is such a sweet reminder of the memories. I would love to have this on my desk at work. I call this work of art "Seventeen". - janesimone2000@yahoo.com

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  3. This painting looks like pixels and it reminds me to look closer. Small details make up our lives. And these details paint the bigger picture. Sometimes, we need to look closer to appreciate things. The colors also make me think of French pastries, which I love. I'm going to call this painting "L'essentiel est invisible pour les yeux" which is French for "What is essential is invisible to the eye." <3

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  4. "Confetti Rain". This painting is so delicate and so colorful it reminds me of confetti. It has that dreamy effect like when confetti falls to the floor in slow motion. It's indicative of those special moments when confetti is called for. Form Jennifer

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  5. Colors of August

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  6. Colors of August

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  7. Flowers Thru A Window on a Rainy Day - juneee75@yahoo.com

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  8. Beautiful Girls - Mikaela

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Thank you for your kind comments.

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