Romantic landscape oil painting in progress, and a sneak peek at this artwork’s black and white design.
Sneak peek at this artwork!
There is something calming about painting skies. It’s one of my favorite stages of a painting. The most important tip on painting them correctly is to keep their value a little darker than the sky itself. Another thing you need to be careful with is the edges, if they don’t look right to you, then […]
Preparing for an art event is so exhilarating. The to do list is long it makes me wake up early and fall asleep while I’m still reading emails and comments. I’m almost done choosing the size of the paintings for the Parallax Art Fair, and I need to buy some art supplies. I’m also most […]
I’m delighted to announce that I’ll be participating in Parallax Art Fair in London at Chelsea Town Hall. It will be 23-24 February 2019. https://vimeo.com/156456955 You can get your free ticket from their website in this link. Make sure you’re choosing the day you want and the event at Chelsea Town Hall and not Kensington […]
It’s never an easy thing for me to write about the story, feelings or style of a painting. I’m not very good with words especially with the fact that English is a second language for me. Here’s the art story of “The Light of Her Life” Oil on cradled wood panel. 11″x14″x1.5″. September 2018 About […]
It has been six months since I started RuinedBrush blog, and as a thank you for my followers on WordPress, Instagram, Twitter and Facebook I’ve made this step by step tutorial on how to add a 3-dimensional canvas board effect to an artwork image. Thank for following RuinedBrush! Best of luck. Note: I am using Photoshop CC as a […]