“The Golden Ones”

“The Golden Ones”
An 12″ x 24″ acrylic painting on gallery wrapped canvas of a golden pheasant being carried on a lady’s arm. This was finished this evening at dusk and was photographed in that lighting.

I did this using glazing techniques and is my first piece where I did that. This is my best painting so far in life. I look forward to making more like this.

Enjoy!

“The Great Golden Pheasant and His Beautiful Lady”

“The Great Golden Pheasant and His Beautiful Lady”

An 11″ x 14″ acrylic painting on gallery wrapped canvas by Diana Mae Potts; copyright 2013.

Sold on eBay July 27, 2013 and now has a happy home in Michigan. I grew up on a farm in central New Jersey where there were pheasants. For awhile we had a pair of golden pheasants. Their splendid plumage was something I never forgot and so in later years I sought out to do studies of them. I now can portray them from memory which is how I did this one.

Another painting of a lady and a golden pheasant will be finished today and put on eBay.

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Black Cat Linocut 1/10 lmited edition 8″ x 10″ Diana Potts NFAC

After a long time after getting an auction on eBay, here is my latest block print made for the eBay group, Nibblefest.

Enjoy!

End time: Feb 27, 2013 23:04:17 EST

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Black Cat Linocut 1/10 lmited edition 8″ x 10″ Diana Potts NFAC

Ice Waterfall

Arduous Wish for Freedom

“Arduous Wish for Freedom” ; 4″ x 6″ graphite drawing on white sketch paper. Here I drew the essence of faces I saw in China.

“Womanrise” Under Mat Board

A 4″ x 6″ picture does fine with a 5″ x 7″ opening.

“Womanrise”

A 4″ x 6″ graphite drawing on Canson sketchbook paper of a doll made into a scene using lace and a sheaf from a pine cone.

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“Womanrise”

Continuing on the 4″ x 6″ graphite drawing of a west Asian doll.

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Drawing of Lace Detail

A detail of the doll drawing background. To be continued…

WIP Drawing of West Asian Doll

A 4″ x 6″ graphite drawing of a doll that depicts am ethnic group maybe in western Asia. I drew her hands as they were found although I added the thumb on her left hand which makes it look unrealistic.

It needs some touching up and perhaps some kind of background.

Enjoy.

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