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I will not call me an artist. I am not there yet. But I love to paint and is learning how to. http://irenemaria.hubpages.com/hub/How- … er-colours
I am an artist, but unfortunately must also do other work as it is very difficult to make a living at it. I am currently painting flowers for a show in May--I give half of all I make to a non-profit organization for the deaf. I am currently doing historical portraits--not of people in history--but modern portraits with their history painted in the background--so each painting tells their life story. You are right, that painting is not only rewarding in itself, but also good therapy.
Artist in training here
I do some freelance Illustration work, but what I really enjoy drawing is fantasy and medieval times related people and subjects.
Well, not exactly an artist. But yes I do paint. You can check my paintings on http://on.fb.me/s4Ql0S
I love painting rural women and children. I also like painting the simplicity of village people and the surroundings.
Landscape in pastel or watercolour...........................................................................
I'm currently an art student
I draw more than I paint, but I normally use acrylics or watercolours. I like to paint landscapes, floral pieces or interesting architecture (like the London Eye or the Eiffel Tower). I mostly like to paint people however.
Self taught...mural and landscape artist....mostly acrylics......my profile pic is a painting I did a few years back on my kids wall over the bed. Have not painted much of anything lately. Oh and, I do not draw anything, I just let it arise from my brushes. One thing I cannot do well is human faces. Thanks for the question.
Im not an artist personally but a good friend of mine is who paints Australian landscapes on canvas & also other things. His name is Vaughn Lee & just did a video of what he paints if you would like to check it out.
I love to paint and sketch. I don't have a favorite, but I do landscapes, deer, tigers, and on occasion I have painted people. I have published some of my art in my hubs if you would like to check them out.
by Haunty 8 years ago
What inspires you to paint?
by lxkelly1 5 years ago
How do I find out the artist's name for a family portrait oil painting?This painting was painted by an artist about 1844 and 1845 in Traverse City, Michigan, USA. The painting was not stored properly and the artist's name along with some other parts of the painting dryed out and chipped off...
by Benji Mester 10 months ago
Is water color painting difficult?I've been wanting to pick up a new art form.
by GH Price 5 years ago
Painting over wood paneling?Here's the thing. I hate wood paneling. I don't know why. Even the lighter stuff seems to dark to me. I was wondering if it's practical to paint over it or if I'll have to spackle the grooves or something first? The photo is what I have to work with. It's from my dining...
by kv14 7 years ago
How to identify an artistI would like to know the artist of a painting
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