Saturday, 17 May 2014

Paper Saturdays link up time.

Saturday has come round very fast yet again. I hope you are ready for another week of sharing your Paper Art with us. Please feel free to join and share any art which is in some form related to paper.

I have been having lots of trouble with my internet so today I am a bit late posting and I also have  not been able to visit you over the last week. It is still very touch and go at the moment so please forgive me for not visiting you soon. However I will catch up with you when I can, so please bear with me.

This week I wanted to show you some small works of mine which I created with acrylic paints. These two samples are small paintings which I have been using as warm up exercises for working on some big canvasses. How do you warm up?



If you would like to join us please
  • Link a relevant post with your paper art in the mr linky below
  •  Mention and link Paper Saturdays in your post so others can find us too
  • It would be great if you would use our..
 See you soon!
manonpopjes
<div align="center"><a href="http://manonpopjes-manonpopjes.blogspot.co.uk/" 

9 comments:

Arnoldo L. Romero, MLA said...

I love the vintage feel of your warm-up acrylic paintings. I usually use sketching when I want to warm-up, and help me get in the right side of the brain. Blessings!

Sue Marrazzo said...

way cool

Jez said...

I love your two paintings, and how proud of myself I would be if I could create 'warm-ups' that look so good. That green sweater is fantastic, and I like the chalk board with the other sweet little girl.

Ayala Art said...

Both of them are so beautiful and fun! And have your style, that i like so much :>D

Melissa Kojima said...

These are so adorable, Manon! I warm up by drawing in my sketchbook. I hope your internet connection gets better soon. Thanks for hosting the Paper Play Party!

Tam Hess said...

Thanks for hosting! Darn computers. Love your work so much!!

Thanks for sharing. :)

Tam
http://www.owlsinorbit.com

Clare Willcocks said...

Wow, these are warm up exercises? They look like works of art in themselves to me!

I sometimes warm up by doing some little rough sketches but most of the time just plunge right in!

Pia Drent said...

I love your recent new portraits! Saw them already on instagram, heel mooi hoor !!

Lisa Graham Art said...

Wow Manon, these paintings are really fantastic. The colors are so vibrant and I just love the faces. I love everything about these!

xo