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"A Life Fulfilled" The story and Inspiration behind the art

"A Life Fulfilled" The story and Inspiration behind the art

"A Life Fulfilled" is a commission painting that was requested by a local Cancer Researcher. 

She originally came to me because of my linework and how it reminded her of her scientific studies with the lines moving across the art like some organic compound. Especially the way organic matter intertwines with DNA strands.

Throughout the process, I kept her in the loop, sending her pictures and videos of my progress. We worked together and she inspired me to create a background that was full of movement and that blended together to create a ombre gradient effect. 

I am grateful to have worked together with her to create artwork that had an empowering meaning. 

If you're ready for a new custom painting for your home, or want to gift something special to a friend or loved one please send me an email or fill out my contact form here!

 

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How to resin your artwork like a pro, for that glass like finish

How to resin your artwork like a pro, for that glass like finish

I remember when I saw my first resin painting hanging in a high-end gallery up in Vail, Colorado. I've never seen such an effect before and had so many questions. I instantly fell in love and wanted to learn how I could do something similar for my work. After watching a few tutorials on youtube I thought I had it down and decided to try. Little did I know that I was in for a long and costly challenge that would take me many failed attempts to get right. 

Here are some tips and tricks I've learned through my many failed attempts of adding resin to my finished paintings. I wish I had this information when I first started out with resin. 

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Let me introduce myself

Let me introduce myself
Hi there! I'm Janna, and I have been an artist for as long as I can remember. I love to draw/paint/make things with my hands, and it wasn't until recently where I started to make this aspect of my life more of a priority.  Continue reading