Friday, March 22, 2013
Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Arlene G. Woo The image is 10"x14" and may be purchased unmatted and unframed for $175.
Monday, December 3, 2012
Painting on Yupo is an interesting challenge: you cannot layer, at least not very easily. However, it is great for getting a watery look. I was inspired by the koi pond at my granddaughters' school. The image is 10"x14" and may be purchased for $350. contact me: Arlene G. Woo
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
This image emerged through pouring, scrunching, painting and drawing with pastel pencil and ink. I gave myself quite a challenge by letting the materials act on their own and then trying to determine something pleasing. I must say the longer I looked at the painting, the more I liked it. I hope you feel the same. Please let me know: firstname.lastname@example.org. This is a half sheet of Fabriano paper (my favorite paper).
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Purchase for $350 unmatted, unframed.
Sunday, September 9, 2012
This painting started out as a realistic view of Night Blooming Cereus, but looked what it decided to be! That's what I love about watercolor. It has a mind of its own sometimes. This image is a half sheet - 15"x22" on Fabriano paper. Prints may be purchased on fineartamerica.com To let me know your opinion: Arlene G. Woo
Monday, August 6, 2012
My little granddaughter loves giraffes, so I painted this for her. The original is not for sale but the image is on Fine Art America where you may order a print. The original is an acrylic on a canvas wrap. Contact me with comments: Arlene G. Woo
Monday, June 25, 2012
With my son and son-in-law both enjoying surfing, I am drawn to painting waves. It took me a while to get them right, but I think I've done it "artistically". Let me know what you think. Painting on hot press is a LOT different from working on cold press -- not as forgiving. But I love using the blues which surround our Oahu. Let me hear from you, Arlene G. Woo