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Moonlight

I just love all of this warm weather and being able to paint outside! I’ve been starting off with lots of blue skied canvases, yet oddly enough this one turned into a darker piece that reminds me perfectly of MOONLIGHT.
The original is up at my current art show and will be added to my etsy shop very soon. Archival prints of MOONLIGHT are now available in my Art shop!

MOONLIGHT 8 X 8 Inch Print of Mixed Media Painting
I just love the way everything seems to glow in this piece. Whether she’s surrounded by fireflies or flowers filled with light, to me, there is something very magical happening here. For this painting I used an alchemy of materials from my studio-watercolors, pastels, acrylics, pencil, ink, charcoal, and origami paper. On top, I applied an antique decoupage to really add a look of beauty and depth.

18 Comments

  1. All of your art seems to glow, I guess it's because it's so pretty!! Have a lovely day!
    xoxo~Meg

  2. She looks like she is caught up in a spell – beautiful! Love the origami in there too
    Beth

  3. Wow! I can see the sunshine on your work table. Very inspiring! Bet it makes the colors extra inspiring to work outdoors.
    Me? Enjoying the peaceful, cool rain that makes my state so gosh darned magnificently green!

  4. wow! i envy you! we have snow coming tonite! am so looking forward to a real spring!

  5. hello in my last post we welcome you to my blog, check it ! Thank you for your visit

    maria Palito
    http://workshop.mariapalitousa.com/

  6. Love this one too! The (what I will call) moon flowers fireflies are a lovely touch!

  7. Oh, how cool! I love all the different materials you used and the texture you got from that! I love it!! : ) Silke

  8. Just stopping by to show some blog love! Gorgeous work!

    Thanks!

    -Christina
    http://www.capricornsoapco.blogspot.com

  9. I like the rich blue sky in the background of this one.

    http://www.susangloss.com/blog

  10. I am ever so happy that you stopped by so that I could come see all your lovely work! WOW. I really like your style. I saw Silke's button for the e-course and got very excited. The timing is perfect, having just quit an over demanding at home job that I've done for too many years. In my dotage, I have decided to live a purposeful, artful life! But I'm not an artist, I sew and craft. **blows kisses** Deb

  11. i'm over the moon for it!
    just lovely!
    love the red in the sky
    in relationship with her
    gorgeous dress.
    always love your layers!x

  12. this one is gorgeous… love the night theme and the color scheme!

  13. The weather is starting to warm up here too and I look forward to stitching and enjoying the view. Thanks so much for your visit and kind words. I posted one of sweet prints as a favorite….and it is!

  14. Oh it's fantastic! You have such a great style that I love. It is warm where you are? I am so jealous! It has been freezing cold here after and warm and sunny April. :)

  15. Hi Juliette, thank you for your sweet comment on my blog :) I love the magical dark blues in this piece, very expressive and beautiful! ~Lauren

  16. She looks very deep in thought with her magical surroundings. Beautiful!
    I love blues!

    Hope you have an awesome week!

    Hugs!

    Julie

  17. Hi there Juliette.. thanks for visiting.. I Love your work.. so expressive and gorgeous colors!
    your fearless looks sooooo fearless!!
    Cheers , Helen

  18. I enjoy your paintings because they all portray action and that entertains me. I especially enjoy your star watching girl because I enjoy staring up into the star studded sky as well…

    I think I'll take the punge and start drawing and painting again. I used to do it a lot more. You inspired me ;-)

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