Sixth Mystery Sister: Alice

I would like to share second painting from my ‘Mystery Sisters’ collection I have been working on for nearly 6 months.

The collection consists of 12 paintings.

I posted some work-in-progress photos of several paintings in this collection earlier last year. You can view them here.

The second ‘Mystery sister’ I’m sharing is called ‘Alice’.

Title: Alice
Collection: Mystery Sisters
Medium: Acrylic on Cardboard
Dimensions: 50 X 70 cm (20″ X 28″)

These are some closeups of my painting.

See you soon with another painting.

Shorena

Fifth Mystery Sister: Krista

I would like to share fifth painting from my ‘Mystery Sisters’ collection I have been working on for nearly 6 months.

The collection consists of 12 paintings.

I posted some work-in-progress photos of several paintings in this collection earlier last year. You can view them here.

The second ‘Mystery sister’ I’m sharing is called ‘Krista’.

Title: Krista
Collection: Mystery Sisters
Medium: Acrylic on Cardboard
Dimensions: 50 X 70 cm (20″ X 28″)

These are some closeups of my painting.

See you soon with another painting.

Shorena

Third Painting from ‘Mystery Sisters’ series: Miriam

I would like to share third painting from my ‘Mystery Sisters’ collection I have been working on for nearly 6 months.

The collection consists of 12 paintings.

I posted some work-in-progress photos of several paintings in this collection earlier last year. You can view them here.

The second ‘Mystery sister’ I’m sharing is called ‘Miriam, the flowering lady’.

Title: Miriam
Collection: Mystery Sisters
Medium: Acrylic on Cardboard
Dimensions: 50 X 70 cm (20″ X 28″)

These are some closeups of my painting.

See you tomorrow with another painting.

Shorena

Tops of trees invite you to fly!

When I was a child, I always had scraped knees at this time of year! Instead of looking down to see where I was treading I was looking up all time to see bare tree tops. I haven’t changed after all these years.

What can I do? I can’t take my eyes away from the tree tops. I love photographing them just before they put on spring clothes and cover their bare skeleton.

Sometimes I thing I can fly up and shake hands with the countless wooden fingers 😊

My photos of bare tree tops, taken on a rainy, dark and cloudy day (my favorite weather 😀😀)

Just a few more photos.

If you have a moment please visit my photography pages.

If you have a moment please visit my painting and  drawing  portfolio and look at digital art page as well.

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