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This painting is for a Christmas greeting card competition. It's done in acrylics and it's the Nativity (obvious) and the background has the colors of the flag of the institution I'm sending it. Below, there're some dark mountains and a camel with a Puerto Rican on it (jíbaro). It's really a small detail.
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wilben07's avatar
Hello. I really love this card. Can i use this as a background for poster in our christmas party invitation.thanks
SavageArtsVal's avatar
This image has been featured in my journal here [link] thank you for creating your art.
lambcaey's avatar
That's so great! That's the true meaning of Christmas, no matter how much we believe in Santa. :) I love how the bodies morph together to make a heart. And baby Jesus, a thing of beauty as He has always been. :)

Merry Christmas! :santa:
jnmlvnaduca's avatar
:love: Yay for abstract art! =) Was this done in watercolour? pastel? I like that it is simple but conveys the true meaning of Christmas. Hope you won :w00t!: the competition! :dance: :boogie:

=) Merry Christmas to you and your family & friends! =)
LadyMacbeth86's avatar
I did it in acrylic colours, believe it or not. It's not my favourite medium,and I rarely use it, so I am more than surprised it came out well.
jnmlvnaduca's avatar
Oh, whoops :D ... never mind about my question -- I missed the detail that clearly said: "It's done in acrylics" :D

:blahblah: <= this is me! :D
DaliArtFan's avatar
This is so simple and yet are just drawn in to the warm scene
LadyMacbeth86's avatar
thank you! that's really kind of you.
Alredhead's avatar
It's lovely! May I use it in a project?
LadyMacbeth86's avatar
ah, plus i forgot: this was intended as a christmas card and it won a prize. so the card was actually used for the company my mom works for.
Alredhead's avatar
Congratulations! I'm sure it made a lovely card.
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