When you look at a piece of delicately spun glass
you think of two things:
how beautiful it is
and how easily it can be broken.
~ Tennessee Williams ~
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Quick note: I am in the process of resurrecting my galleries.
Click on the “☛ Gallery!” in the menu running across the top of this page.
This main tab drops down to allow you to choose between eight live galleries: Scatterlings©, a Scatterlings© Minis, Paintings on Canvas, Acrylics + Mixed Media, Fresh Perspectives, Illuminated Tiles -Messengers, Illuminated Tiles – Kells, Illuminated Tiles – Strange Blooms, Pointillism/Stippling, ATCs, ACEOS – One Sided, Prints, Available, and the Perspective Renderings gallery.
Additional listed galleries will be added while I continue dusting each category. The next galleries will be the return of the ATCs, ACEOS – Two Sided Gallery and the Tags Gallery.
ATCs and ACEOs are original mixed media collages small enough to fit in your pocket.
Artist trading cards (ATCs) are miniature pieces of art that are traded around the world. Artists create, trade and collect art at organized “swap” events, either in person or online. The only official rule for ATCs is the size: 2.5″ x 3.5″.
ACEO stands for Art Card Originals and Editions. They are kissin’ cousins of ATC’s or Art Trading Cards. Both are by definition cards of artwork measuring 2.5 x 3.5 inches, the same as a standard playing card. ACEO’s originated on Ebay, and are a favorite form of art on the world’s biggest online auction site.
Each ATC is altered with acrylic, colored pencil, feathers, ribbon, rapidiograph, assorted textures, sprinkles, sparkles, sheen and shine, assorted textures and sprinkled with a bit of magic; and in many cases – mystery. Protected with a non-yellowing indoor/outdoor matte sealer. Each signed by the artist on the back. 2.5″ x 3.5″
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☛ The fine print:
All images in this album are Copyrighted © 2017 Jacquelyn Berl, All Rights Reserved.
Please feel free to read about the art I have created here. Feel free to wonder how I created it, why I created it, what it means. It is free to talk about it.
It is not free to take a copy of it, to print it out, to post it on your blog, to call it your own, to use it inside your art, or to make money from it in any way.
Duplication in partial or complete of these images, the creation of derivatives or any other reproduction is illegal as stated in the Copyright Law of the USA.