Now that my semester is over, I updated a lot of my etsy store today with paintings and new jewelry! This summer I am only working part time and focusing on selling my art and jewelry to help support myself. I am so busy during the semester at school to get this stuff done, so I hope to get it all done during the summer! If you could pop over to my etsy store and possibly buy some of my work or leave some feedback , I would greatly appreciate it. https://www.etsy.com/shop/GypsyBedlam?ref=si_shop
I always am taking requests and comissions, so please let me know if you have any!
I know it is little soon for my weekly sketchaday update, but I want to reconfigure my regular posting day to be Fridays. As always I will take any requests for a sketchaday, so feel free to comment or message me!
Here are the few since the last post, Sherlock Holmes, the palace of fine arts in San Fran, a ninja cutting the cheese, and some weird marker girl. Thanks!
Here are my sketches from the last few days, I got a little behind cause I was using all my brain power to work on the painting for the scholarship, but now I am caught back up.
I am always taking requests for my sketch a day project, so please message me if you have any!
As some people already know, my New Year’s resolution was to do a sketch a day (at least) and post it online. I have been sharing them on my tumblr, gypsybedlam.tumblr.com, daily, so for the most current updates check there. Otherwise, weekly I will be posting my sketches to here. See the silliness below…I will take requests for a daily sketch, so please shoot me a message!
Also, I have posted some of my original paintings for sale on etsy, along with prints. It isn’t much right now, but over the next few weeks there should be more available. Any comments, criticisms, requests, or purchases are more than welcome. Here is the link: gypsybedlam.etsy.com
“Pop” was mainly done as a study of color and technique. I captured the reference images with my boyfriend while he popped water balloons and took elements from many of those images to put this painting together.
Acrylic and Oil on woodpanel
“Reflection” was a test in the techinique of using acrylic and oils, and I found it very successful. I painted the phone from life, I actually have a shot cellphone. The background is from my imagination. There is a narrative I tried to promote within this painting, however I will let those who view it figure that out. ^.^