“Together”, 40″ x 40″ acrylic on canvas. Available at mariannebland.com.
Hello everyone! It’s July, and we’re in the thick of summer. For some of you, summer may mean family vacations, catching up on a good book or lounging poolside. But for me, it means an abundance of studio time! And that’s a win-win for everyone- you get to see more new art, and I get to stave off the crazies. 😉 P.S. Sorry about that last impromptu post. It’s been so long I forgot how to use WordPress.
“Failsafe”, 40″ x 30″ Acrylic on canvas, available at Hang Art Gallery in San Francisco.
Currently untitled…. 40″ x 30″ Acrylic and pastel on canvas
Currently untitled… 20″ x 16″ oil on canvas
“Huddled”, 60″ x 48″ acrylic on canvas. Available at MarianneBland.com
“Masses”, 60″ x 48″ acrylic on canvas, available at Hang Art Gallery in San Francisco.
6 thoughts on “Summer in the studio”
“MAsses” is very dramatic and exciting. I bet it is stunning in person, being that large. I’d been away from my blog for two years. You bet I forgot what to do. Happy for you that you’ve got studio time. That’s heaven on earth!
Thank you, Eliska! It makes me feel great to know I’m not the only one who is occasionally blog-impaired. 😉 Do you also work large? It was an exciting change!
You’re work keeps getting stronger. Keep it up. #inspired
Awww Jimmy, thank you. Always means so much to get props from artists I admire. Gorilla hugs from afar. 🙂
LOVE YOUR IMAGES, and the idea that they are on canvas and so large! Did you paint them or shoot them and transfer to the canvasses? love to learn more about your process and love it either way, hope to sell a bunch. Stephanie Menuez
Hi Stephanie! These are my paintings. I use my own photos as reference images, then paint the finished pieces directly onto canvas by hand. I see you work with photographers, so thanks for mistaking these for prints! 😉