I’ve just finished a small painting that I recently posted while in progress. It is the latest addition to my In Our Veins series. The title is Realize and it is an acrylic on canvas, 4″ wide by 4″ high. I was inspired to create this one after finishing Sentience. In Realize, the eye that is featured is a human eye which refers to our connection to all other animals. View it online here: https://amyguidry.com/realize.html.
I’ve added two new small paintings to the In Our Veins series. One was previously posted in progress. Both were featured in my recent newsletter and have each found new homes in Louisiana and Florida. Spiritus, which is Latin for breath, continues with the theme of organs on the outside of the body as a reminder of our shared biology. It is an acrylic on canvas, 4” wide by 4” high. Perception, also an acrylic on canvas, refers to our understanding of nature and recognition of all sentient beings. View each of them here: https://amyguidry.com/spiritus.html and here: https://amyguidry.com/perception.html.
I’ve finally finished my large painting as well as a couple of smaller pieces. All three are the latest in my In Our Veins series. The first is titled On the Rise and is an acrylic on canvas, 10″ wide by 20″ high. This piece was created in an effort to raise awareness of the plight of animals in the Arctic. Next is Arise, also an acrylic on canvas, 6″ by 6″ square. The skull serves as a landscape for wild horses, linking humans and animals. Lastly is the latest addition to the smaller paintings, Stem, which is 4″ by 4.” The deer wears a wreath of roses, representing their connection to each other and all of nature. View all three paintings online here: On the Rise, Arise, and Stem.
I’ve just finished a new small painting from my In Our Veins series. The title is Emanate and it is an acrylic on canvas, 4 inches by 4 inches. The white deer and roses represent a connection to nature, their similar color palette further emphasizing that connection.
This one is currently on hold, but there are a few small paintings left: