Silverpoint Drawing 5×7″ lavender-gray prepared paper That gang of cotton balls is back, this time as a silverpoint on prepared paper. (See “Soft Sell” the painting – about three posts back.) Did you know that silverpoint pre-dates the pencil as a drawing medium and reached its height during the Renaissance? This drawing was done with… Read more »
Posts Tagged: glass sphere
Acrylic Painting 6×6″ panel It had to happen sometime! Glass sphere meets gang of cotton balls. The finished beveled edges of this painting make it ready for a table-top easel or frame. Please email me if you are interested in this painting.
Silverpoint Drawing 5×7″ green-gray prepared paper This drawing is created with a silver stylus on a specially coated surface – a Renaissance-era medium known as silverpoint. I prepared the paper with a green-gray tone and added white charcoal highlights. Silverpoint will tarnish to a metallic sepia tone over time. To learn more about it, and… Read more »
Oil Painting 3.5×7.75″ bevel-edge panel I happened to be there as this feather sailed down – and so became my subject for the day! Please email me if you are interested in this painting.
Acrylic and Graphite 7.75×8.25″ bevel-edge panel What can I say? Beach stones with personality… Please email me if you are interested in this painting.
Silverpoint Drawing 5×7″ lavender-gray prepared paper A gem of a beach stone! I discovered this beauty in Block Island, RI and it is one of the many individuals that will make future appearances in the paintings and silverpoints on this blog. Please email me if you are interested in this silverpoint.
Acrylic and Graphite 6×6″ bevel-edge panel I can’t resist collecting these striped beach stones – my pockets will be full come September on Block Island… SOLD please email me if you are interested in something similar.
Acrylic and Graphite 6×6″ bevel-edge panel This is one of the very first posts in my blog: The Art Fly Daily Paintings and Silverpoint Drawings by Norine Kevolic. I’m new at blogging and learning as I go so it would be great to have friends along on the journey. In my compositions, I love using… Read more »