Mixed Media Artist

Archive for June, 2017

Serenity

9″x12″ mixed media on wood. This painting is 1.5″ deep and is painted turquoise on the sides. This paintings is ready to hang.

Available HERE

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Yellow Peony Garden

9″x12″ mixed media/ encaustic painting on wood. The sides are 1.5″ deep and are painted cobalt blue. Ready to hang.

This painting is available HERE


Summer Romance

12″x12″ mixed media painting  on wood. The sides are 1.5″ and are cobalt blue, ready to hang.

This painting is available HERE

 


Mix Peony Garden and Peach Peony Square

This is a mixed media/ encaustic  painting on wood. The sides are 1.5″ deep and are painted cobalt blue.

This painting is available HERE

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This painting is SOLD


Peony Garden

20″x22″ mixed media painting on wood. The sides are 1.5″ deep and are painted cobalt blue.

This painting is available HERE

 


Iris Amongst The Peony

12″x18″ mixed media/ encaustic painting on wood. The sides are 1.5″ deep and are painted cobalt blue.

This painting is available HERE

 


White Peony Garden Square

10″x10″ mixed media/encaustic painting on wood. The sides are 1.5″ deep and are painted cobalt blue.

This painting is available HERE

I love the way the white peonies take on the different colours in the garden. Right now they are falling over in the garden with all of the rain and the heaviness of their petals. So beautiful.


Peony Garden Square

10″x10″ mixed media painting on wood. Sides are 1.5″ deep and are painted cobalt blue.

This painting is available HERE


Pink Peonies

10″x20″ mixed media/encaustic painting on wood. The sides are 1.5″ deep and are cobalt blue.

This painting is available HERE


Mixed Peonies

14″x18″ mixed media/ encaustic painting on wood. This painting has 1.5″ deep sides and is ready to hang.

This painting is available HERE

I am so excited here in Edmonton, the peonies are about to bloom. In all there glory and then I can stop painting from memory and start painting from real life! Glorious!

I equate peonies with love because they’re the first blooms of summer.

Isaac Mizrahi