Friday, March 23, 2012

Pink Flower Original ACEO Watercolor Painting - $7.00

Vibrant ACEO Original Painting by Tina Lynn Ellis

This flower reminds me of beautiful spring days and perfumed breezes. It was one of those paintings where I sat down with no ideas and this is what came out!

Measuring 2.5" x 3.5" this is a tiny original watercolor painting on quality watercolor paper, painted with artist's watercolors. The painting is sealed and will be del...

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Peacock Feather ACEO Original Watercolor Painting - $7.00

Peacock Feather, Original Watercolor ACEO by Tina Lynn Ellis.

I have a serious love and fascination for the peacock feather! I tend to paint the things that I find beautiful, so here we have my version of that beautiful peacock eye.

Measuring 2.5" x 3.5" this is a little original painting on quality watercolor paper. Vibrant quality paint and ink were used. The painting is sea...

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Owl Original ACEO Watercolor Painting - $7.00

Aceo Original Watercolor painting by Tina Lynn Ellis.

Owls seem to be everywhere these days, inspired by their abundance I decided to paint one of my own! I grew up in a house with a heritage Oak in our backyard that was home to a family of owls, so they are close to my heart!

Measuring 2.5" x 3.5" this is a tiny original watercolor painting on quality watercolor paper. The p...

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Thursday, March 22, 2012

ACEO Original Hamsa Painting from Tina Lynn Ellis - $7.00

ACEO Original painting by Tina Lynn Ellis. Depicted is the protective symbol known as a Hamsa, or Eye of Fatima. This is watercolor and ink on acid free watercolor paper and highlighted with metallic acrylic. The painting will be sprayed with a matte protective finish.

Standing for Art Cards Editions and Original, and measuring 2.5 x 3.5 inches; ACEO's are highly collectable and affordable tiny pie...

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I can't believe how long it's been since I made a blog post! Things have been incredibly busy in my little world, and unfortunately it's kept me from keeping up with things like this. In February I spend a few weeks in Arizona with my mother and Cyd. We went to help my Aunt and Uncle with the clearing out process from both my Aunt and Grandmother's deaths. Not only is that kind of work physically exhausting but more so I believe it takes a deep emotional toll. By the end I was rather numb, and it wasn't even the end.

 My Aunt was a very talented jewelry maker and polymer clay artist. I wound up bringing most of her studio back with me. So, I had to go about figuring out how to fit it all into my world. That included a complete overhaul of my "studio" which has also always been the guest bedroom. With all the changes i made it is now much more a studio than a bedroom. We replaced the queen bed with a futon that I think will be very comfy for my Mom when she comes to visit. I don't know about you, but it's super important to me that the place I work in is inspiring to me, so not only does it have to be functional but it has to look good too!

Here are just a few pictures of what I wound up with.

Believe it or not I have actually gotten some work done here as well! More on that soon....