H.A.I.R. Today Gone Tomorrow…

Abstract Art by Sharon Cummings

Same dog….Different portrait!  I was asked in April to create a Color Fusion of this little guy who is a mix between a Lhasa Apso and a Poodle.  The long haired dogs are a real challenge, but we were both pleased with the result.  Then right before the holiday he sends me some new pictures of his pup.  You guessed it….he wanted a “before and after”.  So cute!

Screen Shot 2015-07-08 at 1.06.29 PM“Lhasa Love”

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“Colorful Little Pop Art Dog”

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G.O.O.D. Vibrations…

Abstract Art by Sharon Cummings

I have really gotten into “re-purposing” my art lately. For instance, my Color Fusion series, with all of the colorful animals, starts with an abstract painting. I then collage little bits of that painting into an image until I get the final piece. So I can offer the abstract as a stand alone painting, but use it again and again to create new work! This piece displayed here is a composite of another “bit” that started out as a rejected portion of another art piece. One painting’s trash is another creation’s treasure. 🙂 It’s all just continuing the good vibrations…GoodVibrations“Good Vibrations”

Mixed Media Abstract Art

Sharon Cummings

2015

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Down The Rabbit H.O.L.E…

Abstract Art by Sharon Cummings

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“Down The Rabbit Hole”

Mixed Media Collage Art

Sharon Cummings

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Many years ago, I used to do this really cool collaboration work with other artists.  Each of us would take a few weeks collecting “stuff” to send to the other artist.  The challenge was that we had to create a mixed media piece using EVERYTHING the other artist sent.  You could add to it, but you could not leave anything that they sent out.  This piece is a result of an exchange of goodies with Canadian artist Geraldine Gracia.

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