Posts filed under: Acrylic Artist Magazine

I have two paintings showcased in that book, both with some bright colors.
Both paintings sold.
 

The Best of Acrylic Painting
Editor:By Jamie Markle,
Format: Hardcover
The best acrylic artists competition showcase!
Color has the power to demand attention, quicken the heart and transport us to another place and time. The virtuosos featured in AcrylicWorks 4 have successfully employed acrylic paint to capture and use that power to magnificent effect.

This brilliant collection features 127 paintings from modern-day acrylic artists. The artists themselves reveal acrylic painting ideas, tips and secrets, sharing how they play colors against each other–light and dark, bright and soft, delicate glazes and bold impasto–to make their paintings sing. They share secrets for creating mood, capturing a subject’s personality and conveying the spirit of an animal in the wild. And how they approach subjects ranging from a shock of sunset sky, to the liquid ripples of antique glass, to purely abstract color play.

I am so excited to see my work on the cover and in a featured article of Acrylic Artist, Winter 2016.
Caroline McKee wrote the article and I had the opportunity to talk about techniques, inspiration but also marketing and business.
Click here to see a detailed content of this issue of Acrylic Artist

acrylic artist magazine cover by North Vancouver artist Sandrine Pelissier

Here is a preview of the first pages of the article.

Real or Imagined
Sandrine Pelissier’s work explores the tension between opposing concepts by blending delicate drawing designs with loose, abstract painting.
By Caroline McKee

​Click on the picture to see a larger version.

painting flowers from imagination