Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Waiting...






Ingredients: acrylic paint, Ranger crackle paint, rubon letters, dry transfer, pigment and dye ink, wax pastels, Uniball metallic marker, graphite pencil.
9 3/4" x 4 1/4" - mounted on book board. Click to enlarge for detail.

12 comments:

mcdc3s said...

Now here's a blue!
Great piece.

sf said...

Ooooooohhhhh. Rich. Aaaaahhhhhh. Mysterious.
sarah

sarahelizabeth said...

love it!

bockel24 said...

OH, I love it! The crackle, the details and the colours - just great!!

LostLuggage said...

I'm a sucker for anything blue and green. Well done!

TwoDressesStudio said...

Heh Seth,
Finally getting the chance to catch up on some friend's blogs! Always a treat to visit yours.
This is beautiful - I love the 'crackling crow.'
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Chris said...

The grooviness cannot be increased on this one. Really yummy. It makes the season so much more spooky, too.

bridgette said...

ooooh, love the crackle on the bird!

I always click on the photos of your images so that I can see more of the nooks and crannies that you create. Awesome texture.

kathy mccreedy said...

Hi Seth,
I noticed your "etsy store coming" mention on your sidebar, and after seeing this gorgeous piece of artwork, I'd say you'd better be opening an Etsy store! And please be sure to let me know asap once you put work up for sale... I'd like to buy this piece in particular. You'll have to let me know how it goes... wishing you all the best! xoxo.

Robyn said...

I recognize the singing red spots. This piece is perfect!I love the crackle bird.

Ro Bruhn said...

Fabulous art and such beautiful colours Seth, so inspiring

Terry Rafferty said...

The finished piece meets the hopes created by seeing the fragment in the last post. Lovely!