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A Year of Abstraction

Hi folks, I finally got round to posting my first post here on my website for 2019. It only took me til March to do it!!πŸ‘€

I have been absolutely loving creating abstract paintings over the last number of months.

I wanted to zoom into the worlds in the background of my brave and courageous characters.

So this year my focus is to create abstract landscapes.

While at uni I focused on abstraction and mark making. So it has been awesome to dive back in.

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New Stock in My Shop

Hi folks, I have a few things up and coming, but first I thought I would mention that I have new merchandise in my shop. I will still be adding a lot more, so please bear with me. 

I am also trying to make my website more cohesive. So there are some changes coming to the layout. 

Please also join me on my Instagram @hyssopart or my Facebook @Beatrice Ajayi Artist For day to day updates. 

 

Pop up round to the shop when you get a chance and let me know if you have any suggestions on layout or other things. I am always open to learn. 

Lastly I wanted to mention my classes on Skillshare. My link is https://www.skillshare.com/user/beatrice?via=groups

New students are joining daily and it’s great to be able to share what I have learned on my journey. 😊

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Floating On A Cloud – Digital Painting

Finished my latest cutie entitled ‘Floating On A Cloud’. I am off to drool on the items I can put her and her parrot friend on. Link here to see more in my Redbubble Merchandise shop. 
Floating On a Cloud Merchandise

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Mixed Media Collage Sketch 01

Hi! Everyone, the blog for today shows my latest approach to my work. I have been using Mixed Media collage techniques to bring about a loosening in my creative art process. I get hung up on the colours I should use. This approach allows me to work small scale which allows for creating multiple pieces very quickly and I am also able to assess my process more intimately, from above. You can see the process on my YouTube channel, link here,https://youtu.be/Wo_eHUpmMRM

 

I used the following tools:
Watercolour paper
Watercolour
Pencil hb
Tissue paper
Glue stick
Ink pen
Craft papers
Gesso
Scrap papers

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Oil Painting

Oil painting this morning. Loving it. I want to start making my new big eyed beauties with the physical paint. I have tried mainly acrylic paint for years, but have realised that oil seems to give me the process I need in order to create my physical paint art. Look forward to some new work. Have a fun day. πŸ™‚