Painting What Are Friends For Gallery Showing

Painting What Are Friends For Gallery Showing

One of my personal paintings...there is a hidden female nude inside the flower, seated from the side, knees drawn up to her chest. I did several female nudes hidden inside flowers.

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Comment by Eric on June 29, 2012 at 10:18pm
I ALWAYS work in acrylics...I started with oils, but waiting 3 weeks for paint to dry is no fun...you can dry acrylics with a hair dryer in 5 minutes flat.
Eric
Comment by Eric on June 29, 2012 at 10:15pm
Actually, it's 48' x 48...I tried to work as big as I can , but standard wwodcuts for paneling at Home Depot Doesnt come any wider than 4 feet. I do work on canvas, but earlier experiences with holes being poked through my canvas cured me of that. If I could I'd paint as large as a 2 story building, but who's got a warehouse to work and store them in? Not me!
Eric'
Comment by Cath on June 29, 2012 at 7:34am

Eric,

I love your painting (and your stage props!). Is this painting in acrylic or oils? It looks about 36"x36" -- is that correct?

Cathy

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