Thursday, 24 January 2019

The market place.

Acrylics, A4, paper.  Continuing my experiments with acrylics and gelli plate prints.

'The market place,' acrylics, A4, paper.  Final.

Stage 3. Some acrylic colour.

Stage 2. pen outlines of scene.

Stage 1.  Gelli print base.

I'm enjoying using the gelli prints as bases for finding scenes with figures from imagination.

Bye for now.

Linking to PPF.


Have a lovely weekend.  Hope its not too cold where you are!


Valerie-Jael said...

Wonderful scene, the background is so vibrant and reminds me of summer. Glad you are enjoying playing with your gelli plate prints. Happy PPF, hugs, Valerie

sirkkis said...

Beautiful and exotic paintings, June.
What a fun thing: In my work I'm going to post tomorrow there are same kind of animals and jungle!
Happy PPF xx

Sue (this n that) said...

I like the way you use your gelli plate prints June, they're beautiful and have a lot of depth :D)

Clare Lloyd said...

Gorgeous colours

Tracey@Hotchpotchcreations said...

June this really is magnificent. I love how you pick out the colours from your prints and use them to encourage your colours. Beautiful in every way and a pleasure to see.
Creative wishes and Happy PPF Tracey x

Christine said...

Beautiful, thanks for showing the steps

Linda Kunsman said...

You've drawn and painted a beautiful, vibrant scene June- love it! Happy PPF!

John R said...

This is gorgeous. Your work is so vibrant, it really catches the eye.

DVArtist DVArtist said...

Wow this is just beautiful.

Linda Calverley said...

I love what you have done with your gelli plate print.

gillena cox said...

Luv your colours. Beautiful scene. Have a good weekend


peggy gatto said...

So wonderful! Design and color!!

Jennifer Rose Phillip said...

great colours and love seeing the step by step of how you saw the shapes in the print :)

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Cindy D. said...

So glad this made the PPF post because I missed it last week. Beautiful scenery and color, wow! Hooray for more blogs with progress photos! :D