"Bleached" In Progress
By: Hannah Corman | September, 05, 2017
What a beautiful summer/fall day here in NYC! Ean and I took a shady walk up Central Park West with my Aunt Laurie, stopping in our favorite coffee bean store for a bag of the requisite pumpkin spice beans and looking in on the baby boutiques for fall and winter clothes.
This week I'm looking forward to...(1) getting out of the house more and taking some walks, (2) as well as finishing up my Fall 2017 Collection of paintings entitled "Bleached" and inspired by my travels in Arizona and New Mexico.
Thanks for all the positive feedback on last week's Inspiration Blog ~ I loved hearing from you about what you found interesting or cool!
This week, as I've started actually painting, I'm getting inspired by these wedding and photo booth backdrops I've painted.
photo: Wandermore Photography
(PS These are SO FUN to paint and make really unique wedding/party decor - and a cool keepsake - so keep me in mind if you or someone you know is party planning :D )
photo: Clare Mullins Photography
I love the abstract water-colory look (even though they're all acrylic) and the gold accents.
I'm going to marry the approach and brushstrokes of the large backdrops with the colors of my Southwest inspiration to create this Fall 2017 Collection. And since I've been experimenting more and more with the heavy and aggressive marks of the palette knife, I'll of course be incorporating that technique too.
Below I'm sharing a few "in progress" behind the scenes shots of what I'm working on:
"Palm and Sky"
"Sun and Shadows"
Stay tuned for how these and the rest turn out....and I'd love to know what you think so far!