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Oil on cardboard, 50x70cm, 02-2011.
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New oil portrait done "Ala prima" but with "electric deco" styling. Hope you like it!
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Title: Wide Open
Artist: Di Decaire ~aka surviving2thriving
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
Size: 20" x 25.5"
Date: 2012

This work has been featured in Traditional Painting, Intermediate Artists, Unknown Artists Club, Painters.

Thank you very much...
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OIL 16"x20" This is another plein air I did from the park up the street from me. It is a nice time of year and I will be doing a lot of painting outside not NYC scenes from a photo .
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Just a bit of mermaid watercolour fun using left over watercolour paper - thanks to my lovely daughter for the idea.

Ref photo from the wonderful yale-stock.deviantart.com/art/…
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16" x 20", acrylic on canvas, December 2010
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I repainted this: [link] (in this link you will find the ref pic as well)

Why? Because I've had my old version in my portfolio for a while and a couple of months ago I looked at it and thought "Hey, this looks like crap!" It feels good to know that I have made some progress after almost three years =D
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Semi abstract acrylic painting
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done one year and 3 months worth of painting (SECOND PLACE WINNER oils category) Kansas City graphics institut oil painting competition
Oil on Masonite panel
36x48 inch. US standard
Williamsburg hand made Paints
and Gamblen pigment
Linseed Damar and turps medium
this is being executed in the direct method
a signal layer with no under painting
but with several layers of glazing to increase depth

Waltham is considered one of the most desirable American made watches they bring vary high prices at auction.
the cop. was started in the mid 1850 making very accurate time keeping. a Chronometer differs from a chronograph in that it has specially adapted vibration dampers that compensate for external conditions such as the movements a time piece might have to deal with on a train or a ship at sea. all chronographs are also chronometers but not all Chronometers Chronographs in other words Chronographs use a an entirely different way of dealing with this external movement problem this particular timepiece was made in the 1868 under the Waltham Watch cop logo over the years Waltham experienced a series of financial setback causing it to close down then be bout and reopened under various names part of the cop still exsist today in the form of the Waltham technical instrument co they make high precision timepieces for the aeronautical industry
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23 x 18 inch oil on canvas

Flowers on window sill on a rainy day

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