I paint in watercolor and have only dabbled with acrylics on canvas. Seeing one of my watercolors blown up and printed on canvas is really exciting. It adds another layer of interest to the painting. A few steps away you see the ocean and the waves. When you step closer you see the brushstrokes.
The design of my home is, not surprisingly, very beachy. So this canvas, Blue Wave #11, fits right in. Next up to select a few of my square ocean paintings, have them printed on canvas, and hang them side by side.
All the paintings in my shop are available as Giclee art prints on gallery wrapped canvas. Take a look at shop.eileenmckenna.com.
6 thoughts on “Wave print on canvas!”
Looks beautiful Eileen! 🐠💙💚
Looks fabulous, Eileen! Beautiful painting.
Thanks Connie! 😊
What a spectacular painting. It looks grat on that spot, and must be so relaxing to look at. You said you only dabble in acrylics, but I really enjoy it! What got you into painting? If you have a minute, I would love some advice on my recent painting, caelidotblog.wordpress.com/2017/12/30/the-woman-in-blue/ 🙂
Thank you so much Camila! I started with a drawing class, loved colored pencils but found them a little limiting and then starting painting in watercolor. At the beginning of my blog, I tried all different things but realized how much I loved watercolor. I would like to work in acrylics and dabbled a little recently, so we’ll see what happens in 2018. I love your woman in blue! Love the bright colors, especially the blues and the brushstrokes. Great job!