Thursday, August 22, 2013

Textured Abstract

Added to my Etsy shop this week...
Autumn Mountain III by Helen H Campbell
This is one of a series I created last year after a wonderful Autumn day with my husband up at Heather Meadows near Mt. Shuksan and Mt. Baker. We make an annual trek the last "good" day before the snow flies (based on the weather predictions) Based on some of the photographs I took, the abstract painting includes "upcycled" lace, mesh, threads, and vintage lace. Acrylic with recycled/upcycled materials.

It brings back lovely memories every time I see it. :)



Sharing with Paint Party Friday.

10 comments:

Kim said...

Fabulous Autumn canvas!

Anne Manda said...

Your piece does have a wonderful autumn feeling! <3

MeOfCourse said...

Hi Helen. Hope all is okay with you. I've been pretty busy. Wow, love your piece. Lots of beautiful texture and the colors are great. The lay of the land is good. That's something that I have a problem with, the lay of the land. Bob Ross used those words a lot. Very nice job. Take care and have a great weekend. We have to take my mom shopping over in San Jose. We'll do it early before it gets hot. Take care.

JKW said...

I love the look of this. I could never have guess what you had used. Thank you for sharing. Blessings, Janet PPF (I have Campbell in my genealogy.)

Faye said...

Your landscape is beautiful, Helen.

soulbrush said...

Saw it on fb and I love the sky colours. Happy PPf dearest heart.

www.dorissdaughter.com said...

Wonderful work with textures to die for!! HPPF

Irene Rafael said...

i rarely paint landscapes and admire those who do. the texture and mixed media makes this piece very special

Erika Nittel-Traser said...

Wonderful work for this season and Special and vibrant colors.
Have a wonderful weekend!
Erika

JoyCorcoran said...

The textures really add a lot of depth to the piece. I really love the colors and the way the texture blends in and stands out at the same time -- very organic and beautiful.

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