Saturday, February 14, 2009

Hearts Four You

Sold. Thank you!

Sold. Thank you!

Sold. Thank you!

Sold. Thank you!


Ingredients: watercolor paper, acrylic paint, watercolor paint, calligraphy ink, pigment ink, dry transfer, rubon letters. 4 3/4" x 4 1/4". click to enlarge.

Available for purchase in The Altered Page on Etsy.

28 comments:

ooglebloops said...

These are great!! Hearts right back atcha!! Happy Valentine's Day!!

ooglebloops said...

These are great!! Hearts right back atcha!! Happy Valentine's Day!!

Kim Mailhot said...

Beautiful, rich hearts, Seth ! Happy Valentine's Day !

jazworks said...

A Haiku 4 You

For sharing "Four Hearts"
The art world community
Is forever yours.

Jill

Mary said...

These are beautiful!!!

Leslie Avon Miller said...

Great non-red hearts! Happy V day Seth!

Jeane said...

like the circles and hearts together....

Kelly said...

Oh, Seth, I love these! So rich and textured. And not red. Thanks for sharing them. Have a Happy V Day!

bockel24 said...

Not long ago, I didn´t like the heart shape at all - but I think I would have liked yours even then! In the meantime, I´ve learned that hearts can be used in some ways I really like, so nowadays I can say that I love these examples! (Life is learning every day, LOL)

Christine Marie said...

I LOVE that they are not red. Perfect for today or any day. Gorgeous as usual Seth.

Stephanie said...

BEautiful...have a happy valentine's day!

Melissa said...

These are beautiful! I hope you're having a lovely Valentine's Day. :)

lynne h said...

happy valentine's day, seth! and i love these hearts...

Joy Logan said...

Love ummmm.

jess gonacha said...

these are so nice, seth! Happy Valentine's Day!

Robyn said...

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Judy said...

And to you too, what a cad?!?

3rdEyeMuse said...

am sooo diggin your wonky heart shapes ... certainly feeling the love. :)

happy heart day! (I figure any day is a good day for happy hearts).

Gail P said...

Being that the motif I'm concentrating on right now is hearts your 4 are fodder for ideas.
Thanks!!!

The Artful Eye said...

Truly heartfelt. Love back at ya.

Kathy McCreedy said...

Wonderful texture, Seth! And I love your word play! Clever man, you! I haven't ever combined acrylic and watercolor together... I'm going to have to try that! I pulled out some pastels yesterday, in your honor, and realized I basically know nothing about pastels! I've got some work to do, that's for sure! Thanks for your comments re: the valentine's card... I'm going to post another version tomorrow, so stay tuned! xoxo

Jen Crossley said...

Beautiful Hearts from a beautiful and talented person
Jen

June said...

What fantastic work and interesting blog. Thanks for sharing so much. I have subscribed
Hugs June x

My Mother's Garden said...

Hi Seth~

Gorgeous hearts!

Thanks for stopping by the'Artists in the garden' interview! I meant to drop you a line and share with you that your art and shop were a chosen favorite, but you found it first.

I hope it made you feel good to be a favorite!

Karrita

J ..de Santa Fe said...

Hi Seth ... just found your blog (through my friend RuthRae) : love your disintegration challenge - will post pics when I get something wrapped! Judith

Karen Cole said...

...and to you as well. Hope all is well in the big "A".

Leslie said...

I *heart* these Seth!

Retro Cafe' Art Gallery said...

Oh, I really love these Seth! Such fun texture!
xoxo,
Kristin