Sunday, September 11, 2016

Day 11...30 paintings in 30 Days Challenge

Today's new painting for the 30 paintings in 30 challenge is finishes on an archival mixed media paper. I have incorporated a lot of Teal into this piece. the contrast between it and the yellows and oranges brings this painting alive.

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Thank You for allowing me to visit with you today. 
Sanna

Up To The Challenge...30 In 30



I hope you have been following along with the #30 paintings in 30 Day Challenge I am participating in for the month of September. I have been posting daily to my website as well as my Instagram account and Facebook page. Check out each day's entries for all of the over 1000 artist from around the world who are participating in the challenge on the: 30 Paintings in 30 Days blog.

Since I haven't been able to post all of the first paintings in the challenge I have include a montage of the first nine days.

30 in 30 Challenge...Days 1-9


Thank You for allowing me to visit with you.

Sanna Fine Art

Friday, September 2, 2016

Day Two in the 30 in 30 Challenge


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Day 2 in the 30 in 30 Challenge. Picked up white in the high flow paints today. I am really enjoying using them. They have their own unique interaction with the paper. Will have to see how they react on a stretched canvas.



All of the backgrounds for next week are ready and drying. Going to be a Red kinda week.

Enjoy Life Now...

It Has An Expiration Date

Sue Frank

Sanna Fine Art





Thursday, September 1, 2016

Let The Challenge Begin


                            Day One


This has been a great day. My supplies arrived from Blick. The new Gelli Plate and High Flow  paints are all ready for the first week of the Challenge.  I will be working for the first few days with the new paints and a cool little tool  that lets things move in a simple flowing line. 





  

This little tool can be filled with any type of high flow paints. I tried regular acrylic that had been diluted with water. It clumped up in the extremely small nosel. The high flow paints from Golden worked beautifully.

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