Saturday, May 9, 2009

Madison Avenue

"Madison Avenue" (9"x5 7/8"x1/4") canvas on panel acrylic collage) is my contribution to Karin Jurick's Different Strokes from Different Folks blog painting challenge. I do not usually do so much linear perspective, (I love those organically shaped trees!) but it was a challenge and I'm glad I did it. I enjoyed using different papers and mixing it with my acrylics. I found it somewhat restrictive and freeing at the same time. I left some lines, and I applied the papers to the two front cabs in a somewhat haphazard"ish" way. I didn't want any other vehicles to come in sharply, so applied the paint very loosely to those in the middleground.

So, here we go looks like we are only 14 away from the next give-away 4x4 painting or collage. You can see the choices on my sidebar; a new one has already been added! As I said yesterday I am also bringing a new item into the mix. They are canvas card holders...painted and stamped...each one will be totally unique...those are coming very soon, so be watching! I have also decided; since I have several who "follow" by blog by e-mail but either haven't been able to figure out how to sign up as a follower if they don't have a blog, or have chosen this method to include their names as followers and therefore will be added in the drawing. SO, if you are in that category, please e-mail me your name and I will add it to the mix! This means we may hit the number 50 even faster than you may see...I will keep you posted!
"Madison Ave. is available for purchase on my WEBSITE.


Jo Horswill said...

Hi Saundra, thank you so much for the "Creative Blogger Award" it's such an honour!
You have a beautiful blog here...I will be back for a good read. Thanks again, Jo

Saundra Lane Galloway said...

Thank you Jo, Always a pleasure to acknowledge someone so creative!

Elizabeth Seaver said...

Nice job on Madison Ave!

I am so tardy in replying to your wonderful award. I have finally begun today so hop over to see my post. You have no idea how much your comments and support have meant to me, Saundra. You rock!

Dean H. said...

Hi, Saundra! A beautiful job on this! I esp. like the lettering on the buildings appearing as windows, etc....and the light striking the upper left!

Saundra Lane Galloway said...

Elizabeth, It was my pleasure, and I mean every word! And, right back at ya for YOUR kindness! We artist's are in this world together!

Dean, Thank you for your comments. I appreciate you taking time to get in there and look closely!

Michelle said...

Saundra, what a magnificent job you did on this challenge!

I received the painting I won and I LOVE IT! Thank you so much! I've got it posted on my blog to show everyone! :)

L.Holm said...

Great job on the DSDF challenge!

Saundra Lane Galloway said...

Thanks Michelle, I'm so glad you enjoyed your gift! I appreciate your visit today!

L...I appreciate yours as is very great to hear kudos!

dominique eichi said...

great submission for DSFDF , I love the texture/windows some of the building have,

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