Many Faces

Inspired Spirit Art

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Sue Slatford

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  1. Spirit faces
    01 Jan, 2018
    Spirit faces
    This painting was created on watercolour paper with designers gouache.  I just wet the paper and allow the paint to go where it wishes to and see what emerges.  I do of course set the intent first by asking spirit to show themselves in the painting.
  2. Hidden faces
    01 Jan, 2018
    Hidden faces
    This is an original painting, in designers gouache, acrylic and iridescent acrylic paint.  It was done after setting the intent for spirit to show themselves in the painting. The painting is for sale on Etsy.
  3. This painting is done in three layers.
    31 Dec, 2017
    Many Faces
    This painting is done in three layers, designers gouache, acrylic paint and iridescent acrylic paint. It was created with a palette knife but with no conscious direction about what was to form on the paper.  The faces just emerged and as you turn the painting, more faces become evident.
  4. The Gathering
    31 Dec, 2017
    The Gathering
    ​Spirit gather in groups when they want to communicate.
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