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So... remember this? A bunch of orange, black and white on a 6" x 6" canvas board...
Well this is what it morphed into...
I am calling it "Wormhole".
Question to my painting friends: How do you display these small 6" x 6" canvas boards?
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I love the effect and colors of this one, it captures the eye!
Thanks Kat! I appreciate the kind words. Thanks for visiting!
Love how it "morphed"! I am currently working on some 5x7's and I am attaching hangers to the back. My 6x12 wall hangings are hung with hemp cording. Hope that helps. waving hi from the rainy hills of North Carolina ♥
Thanks Sandee! And I appreciate the ideas on how to deal with that size and kind of canvas board. I think I may try to attach some cord and hang it.
Love this. All the marks and the angles...fab!
Thanks Jessica! I had fun making it! And thank you so much for visiting my little world here!
Loving that black. Really like this :-) I've a couple of canvas boards I keep meaning to frame. Those I've received off other people in swaps or whatnot nearly always come with a ribbon on back to hang them. The smaller ones (around 6x4ish) I've attached magnets to and hung on the side of my fridge as a sort of mini gallery. (The side of my fridge faces my desk - so I get to see lovely art all the time.)
Thanks Carmen! Good ideas what to do with that size, thanks!
I love how it turned out it is very pretty!Kim,USA
Thanks Kim! Glad you came by to take a look!
Love what it became. A bunch of them hung together act as a large piece for a wall. Table top you could try those little plate stands that unfold and hold a plate propped up, should work for a canvas board.
Thanks for the ideas Leslie! I will have to now just find a table clear enough to top! LOL Maybe the hanging idea would work better! Might have to add an art shelf here in my art room!
I love the transformation of the canvas! I display canvases like this on a shelf in my (also messy) art room! ;)
Thanks Betsy! I was just thinking I need to make a shelf for display here in my room! Now to find some wall space! Thanks for stopping by!
Hi, I am stopping by from the Inspire Me Monday Hop. Love your blog. I am a new follower.
Thanks for stopping by Darlene! Don't you just love those linky parties! I find all sorts of new blogs that way! Glad you joined mine! I appreciate it!
Lovely work. Have a fabulous week!Liz (mlc)Liz (yacb)
Thanks Liz, you too! Thanks for visiting again!
I like the way your painting developed from the first picture, it's turned out really well and is an interesting image.
Thanks Shiela! I like all the colors now on it. Thanks for stopping by my blog!
That is blue-tiful! Thanks for playing.I wish I could help with advise for displaying, but I'm no artist.Happy Blue Monday, Rhonda.
Hi Sally, thanks for coming by! Glad it was blue enough for the linky! LOL
Wonderful abstractions, excellent work!
Thanks Leovi! Glad you stopped by.
Beautiful abstract painting! Love the colors!..Christine
Thanks Christine! Glad it appealed to you! Thanks for visiting my blog!
It turned out really well, I like the lines going through, it gives a great sense of movement :)
Thanks Ruth! Ilike the lines too! Thanks for stopping by to see my blog!
I really love your painting. Can see it hanging on my wall! Would love to see it as a large painting too.As for displaying a group of smaller ones - I would hang them as a group close together (not touching) to form a new artwork in itself.Thank you so much for sharing your art on Mandarin Orange Monday:))
Thanks Lori! I have made another one actually that is 8" x 10" -- just playing around with the lines, I will post it here later... but I have now realized I love this kind of painting and plan to do more, and work my way into larger! Thanks for stopping by again!
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