Thursday, September 4, 2014

September 2014 Thirty Paintings in Thirty Days Challenge hosted by Leslie Saeta

Owl Eyes


It's Day #4 of Leslie Saeta's September 2014 Thirty Paintings in Thirty Days Challenge. 

Today's "Owl Eyes" painting was painted on a 4 inch x 2 inch canvas using acrylic paints as well as light molding paste.  I purchased these smaller canvases a while ago and from time to time I enjoy bringing them out to try and create something unique. 

Hope you enjoy today's painting. 

See you for Day #5.

Happy Painting!  Cheers! and ... Break a Bristle.

Joan

My Artwork is available at:   Linden Line Designs

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15 comments:

  1. Hi Joan!

    Love those eyes! Such a cool idea to choose owl eyes! I love this one a lot! :)

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    1. Thank you, Samara. Just trying to think 'out of the box'. :o) See you at the challenge! Have fun with Day #5.

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  2. Intense!!! Great brushstrokes!!!!

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  3. Thanks for stopping by, Carol. Yes, indeed ... intense eyes! Enjoy Day #5.

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  4. Very nice, Joan! It reminds me of that 80's tune with Michael Jackson doing backup: "I always feel like...somebody's watching me! And I have no privacy!"

    Lovely concept! Bravo!

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    1. What lovely and kind words - thank you very much, Robert. (still learning ... so comments like this mean a lot. thank you.)

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  5. Love love love the mystery in those eyes, what a great idea for the canvas size!
    I enjoyed your vase faces from the last challenge, can't wait to see what's coming next :)

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    1. Hi Pat. Well, this time I'm kinda falling behind schedule...so I thought I would use smaller canvases for this challenge. Hopefully once I get back on track, I can paint on larger surfaces. Good luck with Day #5. Thanks for stopping by.

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  6. This is wonderful Joan! Go for small... I am behind too, I will be doing some four x four canvas... This made me think of the Tootsie Pop Owl... how many licks does it take. I know the answer and bet you do too. haahah

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    1. Hey Sheila. Thanks for stopping by. Yep... I'm telling ya...I'm scrambling to keep up! So glad for small canvases!! (I'm never heard of the Tootsie Pop Owl, will have to google that :o)

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  7. Joan, I LOVE THIS!!!! Well done my friend! Are you going to sell your smaller paintings?
    Big Hugs ;o)

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    1. Hey Stacy. Thanks :o) Yes, I would love to sell my smaller paintings. Just have to figure out prices for them :o) I'll keep ya posted once I do. Hee, Hee, not used to people asking that ;o) Have a Super Weekend!! xo

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  8. Thanks my friend ;o) Have a great weekend ;o)

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