Friday, May 30, 2008

#7 Shell - New Daily Oil Painting a Day


#7 Shell
Oil
Canvas on Masonite
6" x 8"
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Thursday, May 29, 2008

#6 Lemon Shadow -Miniature - 3" x 4" - New Daily Oil Painting a Day

#6 Lemon Shadow
Oil on Masonite
3" x 4"
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Tuesday, May 27, 2008

#5 Brown Egg on Blue - New Daily Oil Painting a Day




#5 Brown Egg on Blue
Oil
Linen on Masonite
6" x 8"

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I haven't painted with my knife for a while so I figured it was about time. This was done mostly with my knife, but there is some brush work in there too. I am very pleased with how it turned out - I hope you enjoy it too.

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Friday, May 23, 2008

#3 Cherry - New Daily Oil Painting of Red Cherry on Yellow Background -Miniature or ACEO

This Daily Painting a Day of a luscious, but lonely red cherry on a vibrant yellow background wants to come to your house and be with you! It's very small and won't take up much room in your house - however it would look awesome framed in a really nice 5 or 6 inch wide frame.


#3 Cherry - ACEO


Oil on Masonite (1/8" thick)
2.5" x 3.5"
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A LITTLE HISTORY LESSON AND EXPLANATION OF ACEO'S AND ATC'S

ACEO means Artist Card Editions and Originals.
ATC stands for Artist Trading Card.
ATC's and ACEO's are collectible.
ATC's are the artist's substitute for sports-themed trading cards. There are two rules for ATC's: they must measure 2.5"x3.5" so they will fit in the same plastic sleeves that sports cards are kept in and they can NEVER be sold - only traded. Oops, three rules - the artist writes their name, contact information, title of the ATC and number (1/8, 2/8...) if it's part of an edition.

ATCs are called originals; sets of identical ATCs are called editions and are numbered; sets of ATCs that are based on one theme but that are different are called series.
OOAK means One Of A Kind.

That explains ATC's but what about ACEO's? Since ATC's can't be sold, only artists can trade and collect with other artist effectively cutting out non-artists who appreciate the art and would like to collect it. Therefor, ACEO's became the answer to this dilemma - they can be sold and purchased and traded freely, including everyone who wants to play and collect.

Posted by Nathalie at 5:59 PM

Thursday, May 22, 2008

#2 Tomato

#2 Tomato
Oil
Linen on masonite (3/16" thick)
6" x 8"
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Wednesday, May 21, 2008

#1 Pear


#1 Pear
Oil
Canvas on Masonite
6" x 6" (3/16" thick)
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