Part of my original art work can be bought. I love making things but I don't want to keep everything. As an experimenting mixed media artist I don't have one specific style, material or size to work with. I love the process of making, but don't have room to store or exhibit all the canvases.
Until now I have sold most of my work through special Facebook sites, but if you like something you see you can buy it from me directly. Take a look below or if I made something else you likes sent me a mail to inquire about buying options.
This portfolio contains pictures of my art mostly made on canvas, wood or board. No art journal pages or books that I make are shown here.
Items listed here are:
- Below you find a picture with a collection of 30 postcard size canvases I made for a thirty days of abstract challenge. These are for sale, read more about them in this blogpost.
- A slide show with my art for sale on canvas, wood or board.
- A slide show for inspiration with art of which the originals have been sold in the past.
More Info by mail:
I have limited info of these art works in the slide show. More info can be given by email. If you see something you like sent me an email with name of the art work you like and/or the price you are willing to pay (at the moment I take Paypal payments only or cash if you take it home yourself).
View in real life:
If you live nearby you can also make an appointment to see my work in real life. Seeing a painting in real life can make a difference. And if you are buying something....it saves on shipment costs.
Also if you life nearby and you are inspired by an art work and would like to make something yourselves, just sent me an email. Mixed media art is never something that is easy to copy (and who would want that) but I can learn you techniques to make your own unique art work.
Slide show with art for sale (more will be added later, so keep coming back for more):
Controling the slide show:
1.i in the left corner gives more info, like size and material
2.the arrow in square in the right corner gives full screen
3.watch the slide show or scroll to a specific painting using the arrows or tumbs