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My name is Anima and I'm an emerging artist living in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. My blog is on tips for artists, artist reviews and interviews, art business and marketing, art collecting, how to decorate with art, oil pastel painting tips, giclee print information, finding creativity and inspiration, my travels, works in progress, new paintings, personal revelations, and everything in between.

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Original ACEO: Shape of a Woman's Back

Original ACEO - Shape of a Woman's Back

About Shape of a Woman's Back


Shape of a Woman's Back is the first ACEO (Art Cards, Editions, and Originals) that I've every created. It started as washes of red, pink, and orange acrylic paint on Canson Mi-Teinte paper. Then I mimicked the female form with ink lines.

My First ACEO


I've wanted to paint ACEOs for several months, but I must admit they challenge me, since typically, my paintings are very large. Even though I've recently begun doing small original works that are 4" x 6" (10cm x 15cm), the ACEO size of 2.5" x 3.5" (6.25cm x 8.75cm) is the smallest I've worked. After Shape of a Woman's Back, I painted two more immediately afterwards and had a lot of fun! I'm anticipating many more ACEOs in the future.

What Next?


You can purchase this one of a kind original ACEO from my Etsy store.

Learn more about Shape of a Woman's Back here, browse my Etsy shop here, or view my fantasy art work here.

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Posted by Anima on April 14, 2008   1 Comments Links to this post



1 Comments:

At July 16, 2009 7:38 PM , Blogger CAB Management said...

beautiful work. Thanks for posting

 

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