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Strange Enchantment: Dubious Shapes Lure The Eager Foot To Eternal Chase…

I Still Seek You; Acrylics, Mixed Media on Canvas

… It unfolds and ripples like a banner, downward.  All the stories
come folding out.  The smells and flowers begin to come back, as
the tapestry is brightly colored and brocaded.  Rabbits and violets …

~ Joann Kyger ~

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As I Remember It Was Tutti-Fruitti; Faux Encaustic Collage; Acrylics and Mixed Media on Canvas Board

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 MediaFresh PerspectivesIlluminated Tiles -Messengers, Illuminated Tiles – Kells, Illuminated Tiles – Strange BloomsPointillism/Stippling, Prints, Available, and the Perspective Renderings gallery.
Additional listed galleries will be added while I continue dusting each category. The next gallery will be the return of the ACEOS gallery and the Tags Gallery.
Today I Visited The Jungle; Acrylics and Mixed Media on Canvas

Beginning with acrylics Jacquelyn combines mixed mediums techniques utilizing gesso, gel medium, crackle paste, interference medium taking artwork to new heights. The eclectic mixed mediums add depth, texture and shimmer resulting in eye-catching layers.

This collection of free-spirited paintings emphasis is on childhood memories, hope and an ethereal magic of this brief life. Jacquelyn gives herself permission to allow spontaneity to direct the creative process instead of ‘pre-planning’, each piece finds its own voice.

Ode To Sarah Winchester; Faux Encaustic Collage; Acrylics, Watercolor, Colored Pencil, Pen and Ink, photo on foam core

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☛ The fine print:
All images in this album are Copyrighted © 2016 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.