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  1. Ben

    Painting of a little girl

    I thought that I’d post a painting I’ve been working on for a few months. I read that you could paint on copper, and that sounded awesome. I like to paint on a rigid surface rather than canvas. I’ve tried thin pieces of wood and pieces of rigid polyethylene. The wood will warp when you apply gesso to it if you try to paint on thin pieces of it. I really experimented with wood to try to figure out how I could get around that, but with not much success- although I was able to do it somewhat. Next came the polyethylene sheet that I found at an art store. I roughed up the surface wi
  2. Hi Everybody! My name is Barbara Stanton. I'm an artist specializing in Portraits and Miniatures. My miniature landscapes, still lifes and portraits are done in a very traditional, realistic style, many of them are on fine silk canvases. I have always enjoyed the details in my paintings and with miniatures the entire painting is detail. My biggest fans are the dollhouse miniature collectors but you don't have to have a dollhouse to enjoy my little paintings. Each original comes with it's own easel so you can display them anywhere! My work can be found all over the world including Japan, Hong K
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