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Abstract Painting Mixed Media - Inland Sea by Nancy Kane Chapman

Inland Sea is a mixed media by Nancy Kane Chapman which was uploaded on October 17th, 2013.

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Beautiful!!! L/F!

Thank you, Meg. This one is especially shining because I mixed Alcohol inks with the acrylics.

Oh I love this - what a beautiful abstract that allows the viewer to really get absorbed into the work - the color, the flow, the imagination of it. I can feel the sea at sunset!! Gorgeous. F/L FB T

Tropical sea, sunset, palm trees, reflected light, balmy atmosphere...............I'm there...............awesome painting! LF!

What a very nice comment, RW. Thanks so much!

Gorgeous abstraction...the sea is very inviting and I want to go there!

Inventing landscapes and seascapes is a leftover from copying so many Chinese brush paintings. It's very fun to do.

Wow! This is a beauty, Nancy! Love your color palette and concept so much!!...fav/L7

I'm mixing some alcohol inks over the acrylic. That deep orange. It gives another dimension!

Gorgeous!!

Thanks for this praise!!! Somedays, you really need some and this was one of those days.

Wonderful intriguing abstract Nancy! the mesmerizing reflective effect of the water is superb! so atmospheric and expressive! Great work! fv

I think it's because I have been mixing art inks with my acrylic painting. They have a strange beautiful glow.

Yes, the inks are so wonderful....and I've used them in several of my newer painting and there's a distinctive difference in those pieces.

So beautiful..it is mesmerizing Nancy!! Love how these mediums work together :)) v/f!!

This has an immediate sense of reflection, but on second look, it's more like there is something beneath the surface demanding attention. I love this painting. v/f

Thank you so much, Lenore. I have been using Adirondack Alcohol Ink (shades: ginger, caramel, latte) with acrylics and the effects are so unusual. I learned about this in a mixed media class. It comes in non-alcohol too, but they're harder to find.

Beautiful work and colors...

Always wonderful to have your nice comments, Sorin!

Nancy, I'm glad you did post this one. It is so interesting and has fascinating shapes. The colors are great too. F/V

Thank you Anne-Elizabeth. Now that there's a snap of cold in the air, I feel the creative juices stirring!

Very nice Voted

Thanks, Jeffery for your comment and vote!

I can see a person looking at me blended in this amazing expressive abstract portrait , those stunning blue hues add to a fabulous and exciting conceptual landscape , wonderful work Nancy

I photograph these at close macro distance and I have had a flare (of me) in my art before. I can see it and I think it's nice to have a ghostly image ....thanks for the lovely comment. I almost didn't post this one!

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