This illustration is done in mixed media (acrylics, oil colors and prisma colors) on cold pressed illustration board.
Not to long ago my family and I went to the Kennedy Space Center. I was really impressed by the full sized rockets and knew right away I wanted them in a painting. It took me awhile to figure out what to add to the image to give it a little twist: Someone who’s flying it to the moon!
Below are some photos of the painting in progress. The picture to the left shows some prisma color rendering with a layer of acrylic wash. The picture to the right shows the image after adding an oil color wash.
“The Pier” is a relief print (linocut), limited edition of 100.
Because it’s a very small print I wanted to frame it in a much larger frame to “pull” the viewer in. I think it gives The Pier much more depth.
Sorry for the bad photo. I was in a rush to get it done for a show and obviously didn’t take the time to set it up for a good photo.
Done and framed.
This is a mixed media illustration (acrylics, oil colors and prisma colors) on illustration board. I wanted the image to be abstract with real elements. The girl is holding her shark puppet that is swimming with real fish (which doesn’t look as realistic as the shark). But is the water real ? She is holding on to the “edge of water”… just a few things to make the illustration a bit confusing and hopefully interesting.