Spectaculum

After two months, I finally completed my 60″x24″ scratchboard. It is a great feeling to see the final results. The chaos is the parade, showing different varieties of attributes of animals. The background is a sub-story going on in the background and trying to explain the nature of each animal. The combination of lines and textures was fun to create this piece.

Spectaculum

The Aesthetics of Serendipity

The aesthetics of serendipity. Based on a fantastic photograph a friend took of a fox climbing up a trellis in his garden.
What was the fox going after?
My brain started to wander and thought about what it could be. My friend said it was a squirrel that the fox was after. The photograph was a happy chance.

This piece explains what it means to take a chance picture. I finish the story by including a monarch butterfly. The beauty and mystery of a monarch butterfly inspired the fox to follow. The curiosity of the fox was intriguing. The piece is framed in an old window panel. The piece is 62″x 21.5″.

if you live in the Peterborough to Guelph Ontario area please email me if you’re interested and I can personally deliver it to you.

https://www.limmaginaria.com/portfolio-shop/scratch-board-art/aesthetics-of-serendipity/

Happy New Year!

Welcome to 2022!
Hopefully, this year I will be able to in-person art shows.
I genuinely miss meeting people and seeing different locations.
I hope this summer we will meet again.

Facebook, Instagram has blocked my account temporarily. I am not sure why they want me to prove who I am. But I guess in the situation that Facebook has gone through, something would inevitably happen. Their algorithms are susceptible to everything. At any rate, you can still connect with me via email. I am still here.
lisa@limmaginaria.com

Winter in Oxford

The commission is done.

So four months ago I got this amazing proposition to do this commission for these amazing humans. The theme was the Northern Atlantic. As I mentioned in my previous post. Three months later the piece is done. A lot of work and detail goes into a 60″ x 24″ scratchboard, but I enjoy every single moment of it

I named this piece “Dorian Dance”. Because that is the name of the person or one of the people that commission you to do this piece and the other thing is they’re in a Dory.