December 3 2014 An Arts Quest and a New Painting

December 3, 2014

An Arts Quest and a New Painting

http://www.artsquest.ca
http://www.artsquest.ca

I have two really exciting things to share with you today.

First off, Somehow I missed sharing the link to my ArtsQuest Interview this summer!  Click here to see it. Corinne and Gary have been on quite an adventure, and I look forward to catching up with them again one day.

Other exciting news, RDI Art Initiative purchased 2 of my paintings.  The RDI art initiative purchased 23 paintings in total this year from Northern BC artists.  RDI is Ridley Terminals, a transportation company located in Prince Rupert, BC.  The paintings chosen will be on display for the month of December at the beautiful Museum of Northern British Columbia, located in Prince Rupert, BC.  The artwork  will be donated to selected charities.  I feel honored to have my work chosen and I wish so much I could be there right now to see my paintings in such a beautiful location.  But for now, I will have to be happy just knowing.  Here are the two pictures that were selected. 

Copyright Lori Lynn Fell. All Rights Reserved. www.MyPaintedPath.com
Copyright Lori Lynn Fell. All Rights Reserved. www.MyPaintedPath.com

Copyright Lori Lynn Fell. All Rights Reserved. www.MyPaintedPath.com
Copyright Lori Lynn Fell. All Rights Reserved. www.MyPaintedPath.com

I have a new painting to share with you, but you will have to wait, I have not photographed it yet.  So hold on to your boots and keep your eyes open for a new post very soon.

Take care everyone!

October 30 2014 Boris and Natasha

October 30 2014

Boris and Natasha

Something a little different.  Natasha and Boris are a couple of my latest pieces.  Each piece is 20 x 20 inches and has been created on cradled canvas and is ready to hang.  And hanging they are, at Whimsy Flowers here in Fort Nelson.  These two paintings were such a joy to create, and gave me a much needed creative kick in the pants.  I started out gluing down dress pattern tissue with some thick gel medium, then painted over it with many layers of paint.  Next I used pouring medium and drizzled it around the canvases and let it dry.  Once it was dry, I began filling in the spaces in-between until I “found” Boris and Natasha in the shapes.  I used the acrylic pens to “doodle” in spots in the paintings.  To me Natasha is some kind of “crazy, fun, energetic duck /bulldog hybrid”, and with Boris I see a “wacky, delightful and awestruck bear”.  So much fun!  Step back and have a look.  What do you see?