|Kaleidoscope #28: 30 Day Painting Challenge: Day 28|
$50.00 (+ 6.95 S&H) , 6"x10", Ink on Illustration Board
Lastly, I'd like to thank all of you who have been reading my blog and following my artwork (old followers and new followers alike). I've met some really great people while doing this 30 day painting challenge and have even met some fellow artists who've been really encouraging, leaving comments under each blog post and writing such kind words. One artist, Joan Princing, was so kind enough to try out drawing her own kaleidoscope painting and posting it on her blog along with her normal daily painting for the challenge. I was so happy and flattered to see someone else try one out and I was so excited to see Joan's interpretation of what a kaleidoscope drawing looks like, especially because it is in her own style, which I love. Joan does a lot of vase faces in her art and some of those same faces which had been on her vases in her previous paintings were also in her kaleidoscope painting! If you don't know what vase faces are you'll have to go to here blog "ART is A Rhapsody Treasure" by clicking HERE. There are so many cool paintings to look at while you are visiting over there at her blog and I'm sure you'll spend a lot of time browsing her site, as there are a lot of fun, cool things to look at and see.
I hope you enjoy! 'Til later fellow art lovers!
Did you Know? . . .
Day 28: Kaleidoscope Fact #28: Though Brewster created the kaleidoscope which is a device which functions through the use of multiple mirrors, the ancient Greeks were the first to study the effects of multiple mirrors.
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