By Maureen Johnson, Douglas Johnson
No matter if for paintings on a entire piece, making an attempt a brand new procedure, or getting into a few perform time, artists can paintings whilst and the place they need utilizing the artwork versions sequence. selected in particular for artists who promote their paintings, artwork versions eight gains 174 all-new determine experiences by way of fifty five diverse types, either female and male, that signify a variety of physiques and variety. The poses contain members and in common, comfy postures—from status and sitting to mendacity down. A sensible quantity of photograph retouching has been performed, to not make the types extra glamorous, yet to take away distractions.
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Mom had beautiful red hair, something she was proud of, and it has become a signature of my figures. The paintings are inspired by my personal stories, but each viewer will take their own interpretation away with them. These are not portraits in the true sense of the genre; they are more a representation of myth and legend that follows all women—as mothers and as daughters. The Guardian Jacque L. Keller in collaboration with John L. Gleason Acrylic on wood with applied fabric 24" × 48" × 3" (61cm × 122cm × 8cm) This piece was a collaboration of two creative minds.
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Art Models 8: Practical Poses for the Working Artist by Maureen Johnson, Douglas Johnson