It’s the birthday of the artist Georges Seurat, born in Paris in 1859.

He painted huge canvases with tiny dots of many colors, and this technique became known as Pointillism. His most famous painting is Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte, which took him about two years to paint. http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/seni/hd_seni.htm?utm_campaign=TWA+Newsletter+for+December+2%2c+2016&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Eloqua&utm_content=The+Writer%27s+Almanac+for+December+2%2c+2016&elqTrackId=13a9225302974caca016e38e271c6ed3&elq=e97cbcf75d6046298b56b0346f900bb3&elqaid=25467&elqat=1&elqCampaignId=22343 … Continue reading “It’s the birthday of the artist Georges Seurat, born in Paris in 1859.”

Trying ceramics as a new art form. Lots to learn.

 

I only worked on these for about an hour and a half and am exhausted. Maybe I better stick to writing!

 

Today”s paintings. Tomorrow I’ll start using a painting for a cover to a poem that I’ll attempt to add music to.

Textured acrylic

 

Elephante

This article gives a history of Elephante and plans for the future. http://theoutswithellenjo.blogspot.com/2010/12/saving-eliphante.html  

New 3_D Art

working on this 4 x 8 foot space painting. ┬áMy next 4 x 8 will be more artistic, I hope.