Monday, September 17, 2012

Inspiring artist's process....

Big brush
little brush, draw, dribble
Smoosh, smear, paint.
Spray, blot, layer, sprinkle,
Pause, breathe, reevaluate
pour and paint
and do it all over again.
                             N Powell

I love the artist's process and watching this video of an artist create an entire piece in a matter of minutes.   I see her using watercolor, acrylic paints, ink, spray paint, oil paints, powdered pigments and pastels, maybe others.

Thank you Heather of Vivid Hue Home for your fabulous home tour and for introducing me to the artist Antionette Wysocki.  I have since been corresponding with Antionette who is currently living in London and doing shows there and in Hong Kong! She said she will move back to NYC next year.



Here is some more of her work:





See more of her portfolio here.

Doesn't her video make you want to get out your paints? 

Enjoy art, anyway you can!

-Nancy


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14 comments:

  1. I always want to grab my paints and watching someone else makes me want to forget the dishes and laundry and paint all day.

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  2. Watching this makes me think I can do this. Sadly, I probably cannot!! But I am sooo thankful for those that can ... because I would be lost without Art!! xo

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  3. Her work is stunning! I love the use of the dark and light together!
    Thank you for sharing, Nancy, and I like your verse.
    Happy Monday.
    Teresa
    xoxo

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    1. Nancy, you are the best EVER! Thank you so much for the Vivid Hue mention. I have long been a fan of Ant's work! She's so talented...that video is so impressive. It's hard to believe that it's not sped up. She is so talented.

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  4. Hi, Nancy -
    That is the coolest thing I've seen!! Stunning art! Very creative....lots of movement and great energy. I love being around creative people....just like you, Nancy :)
    xoxo,
    Loi

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  5. I would totally get out my paints if I thought I could produce something even close to that gorgeous! Thanks for sharing, Nancy - I've found several artists I love through your blog recommendations!

    www.chattafabulous.blogspot.com

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  6. I'm going to watch the video now. Whatever she does, I won't be deluded enough to imagine I could do it too! But how I wish I could! Thanks for introducing!

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  7. I still don't think I could do it the justice that she does. I love how real artists just glide through it. Fun to watch.

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  8. Amazing! These are all so beautiful.

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  9. I just browsed through all 72 of Antoinette's paintings on her website & I am in love. So complex and soothing.

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  10. yes, but I don't think I have the talent for this kind of art - it is beautiful art though!!!

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