Last month, I mentioned and showed everyone this very first Vase Face. I thought it would be fun, if not hilarious, to show more of my early ones.
I started taking online art classes about 2 years ago. It was in The Art of Abstraction class taught by Alisa Burke where the Vase Face story began.
For one of the paintings that we had to do, I was trying to channel my inner Picasso.
Well to say the least, not only did that first painting frighten me, it made me laugh, and laugh, and laugh! That's when my husband called it a beeker face! Then he said... no a Vase Face! And my daughter suggested that I use flowers for the hair! That is how all of these Vase Faces began.
Here are my second, third and forth, fifth, sixth and seventh attempts at painting my Vase Faces:
These paintings didn't frighten me, (as much), but they still made me laugh and laugh and they still do!
Speaking of laughing, I hope that these "first attempts" definitely put a smile on your face and even made you laugh!
Here is a more recent Vase Face which still remains my all time favorite:
There is just something about painting Vase Faces that I truly enjoy. From time to time, I will keep showing you more "Firsts" of my Vase Face collection. It's always fun to look back at the beginning of this art journey of mine!
Have a Wonderful Weekend Everyone.
Happy Painting! Cheers! and ... Break a Bristle