Show your face Inspired by Julie Ann

Hello everyone, I hope you are all well. Today is Art it Friday at Kim Dellows Place and Paint Party Friday.
For the month of August Kim has asked us to play along with an inspiration challenge. The idea is to choose a face from the other faces linked to Kim's site say who it was that inspired you.

For a while now I have been thinking about creating a Frida painting and when I saw the lovely Julie Ann's from Magpie Heaven face last week I just knew immediately that, now is the time!

I used DecoArt Americana range of acrylic paint in my journal. I included a photo video of the steps if you care see how she was created.




              



                                   

I hope you can play along too. See you soon 

Hugs Debs xxx


Deborah Wainwright
Deborah Wainwright

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19 comments:

  1. Oh this was wonderful, and your choice to chose Magpie was great. I will chose one for next week when I get back from a shot sister week to celebrate her 80th birthday.

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    1. Thank you Wanda, I do love Julie Ann's work so she was the perfect choice for me this week. Hugs Debs xx

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  2. Debs, I absolutely love your work too, as you can see by what has happened this week! It's really spooky! I decided late last night to do a picture inspired by you! I hadn't seen your blog and I just glimpsed this portrait on FB last night when I'd already decided to use your work as inspiration! I love, love, love your Frida! I think she would have adored the portrait too, as it is so full of colour, life and sensuality! It's fabulous, Debs. xxx

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  3. Frida is fascinating, and you have portrayed her beautifully. I re-watched the Frida film yesterday evening, too. Have a nice weekend, hugs, Valerie

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  4. Your Frida painting turned out so well. Love the pattern in the background too. Lovely harmonious colors. Happy PPF

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  5. Wow, what a great likeness this is, lovely colours too.

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  6. What an amazing painting Deborah! Adorable.. and great to see the progress on a video ! Thank you for sharing!
    oxo
    Susi

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  7. She is just gorgeous Deborah!

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  8. Beautiful job Debs! your shading is wonderful, I love the touches of rouge on her face! hugs :)

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  9. I love her - so expressive and lovely contrast. Thanks for you sweet comment on my blog as well - happy creative weekend

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  10. Very cool art and thx for the vid :)

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  11. Amazing! I love her! Wonderful work and great inspiration Debs :) Thanks for linking up to Show Your Face Inspired By and for the shout out too!

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  12. Lovely Frida. Very well painted.
    Happy weekend xx

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  13. Love ur frida!!!!!!.... to paint a frida is on my listttt...hope I can make my own version of her...:)

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  14. She is gorgeous!! And thank you for sharing your process in the vid. I always love and appreciate seeing how others work their magic:) Happy PPF!

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  15. Stunning absolutely stunning...has to be one of my favourite Fridas ever!! So talented! I love your style...Great video too!
    You inspire me!

    Hugs Giggles

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  16. P.S I love how pretty you made her...I find people don't create her pretty enough... she would be heartbroken!

    Hugs Giggles

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  17. That is simply fabulous... Great portrait and it feels like you captured her spirit... Very cool

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  18. Debs this is a beautiful portrait of Frida. Very well done indeed.
    Nicole/Beadwright

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Hugs Debs xxx

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