Revealing my finished painting for WOW x WOW’s Monuments of the Psyche exhibition. The title is Entwine and it is an acrylic on canvas, 4″ wide by 4″ high, 80 GBP (converts to roughly $100). Entwine is currently available through the online exhibition going on now through November 29th. And since the show is online, this piece will be shipped to you straight away before the exhibit ends. View the show online here: https://wowxwow.com/product-category/monuments-of-the-psyche.
I’ve recently finished two new paintings in my In Our Veins series. Encroach is an acrylic on canvas, 6″ by 6.” It serves as a subtle commentary on human intervention in nature while illustrating the connection of the natural world to all life. Reciprocal is the latest addition to the smaller series of paintings within In Our Veins. It is also an acrylic on canvas, 4″ by 4.” Reciprocal conveys the connection to nature by linking flora and fauna and uses the ribbon to continue the recent theme exploring anonymity versus connection.
In the midst of some other projects I have going on, I managed to finish a couple of small paintings in my In Our Veins series. These are part of a sub-series of 4″ x 4″ paintings. Revival and Emergence are both acrylic on canvas, 4″ by 4.” View these and two other available small paintings here:
I’ve recently added new work online to my In Our Veins series. Renew is an acrylic on canvas, 4″ x 4″ and Coexist is also an acrylic on canvas, 4″ x 4.” Both paintings were featured in yesterday’s November newsletter. View each painting online here: http://amyguidry.com/renew.html and here: http://amyguidry.com/coexist.html.
After much digging through photos and picking the “best” ones to post, I am finally posting one of my latest paintings. This is another addition to my In Our Veins series titled Cornucopia. (Totally a coincidence on the timing, given it is the week of Thanksgiving.) It is an acrylic on canvas, 10″ wide by 8″ high and is available through Wally Workman Gallery in Austin, TX. I’ve documented my painting during my process and have a few photos to share. I apologize for the poor quality except for the very last photo- which was professionally done. I’m not the best with a digital camera, but feel that these photos still get the point across. Just click the images below for a larger view.