Molly and the Giraffe Acrylic on Canvas, size 8″ x 8″. Inspired by vintage photographs, painted in inverse colour scheme and experimenting with textures.
New Work in Acrylic Paint – Putting on a Brave Face. Painted on a wooden 12×12″ birch canvas. Submission for the 7th Annual Psychiatric Art Show: Beyond words, How does your garden grow? The guide lines asked for artists to paint art works relating to their emotions. Artist Statement: “People with autism are taught that Read more about Putting on a Brave Face[…]
The Almost Portrait Painted on a 9″ x 12″ baked birch canvas. Intended portrait of the artist’s sister, Amber Dunlop. Painting is based on a photograph that was taken a year ago, in a clothing store in Bristol, England. Artist’s Statement: “This was intended as a portrait of my younger sister Amber. Unfortunately, any one Read more about The Almost Portrait[…]
New Work in Acrylic Paint – The King of Crows. Painted on canvas. Submission for the Art House Penticton Show and Fundraising Raffle (Nov 29th 2014) Artist Statement: The King of Crows swoops in to meet old friend rabbit. (Rabbit debates whether it would be wise to run) . The Making of the King Read more about The King of Crows[…]
Midnight at the Circus, Acrylic on Canvas, By Jessie Dunlop (2015)
Work in Acrylic Paint – 24″ x 24″ Canvas. A girl lies in the woods, glowing lantern at her side.
Acrylic Paint on 24″ x 24″ canvas. Two children walk hand in hand. The dry grass changes to deep woodlands, but they continue unafraid.
Work in Acrylic Paint – Regretful Man. Painted on 20×30″ ready-made canvas. Painted with the intention of submitting it to the Oliver Arts Council “Dreams and Visions” Art Exhibit. The theme of this exhibit is “Dreams and Visions”. Artist Statement: “An old man stands outside, in a starless night. The whites of his eyes are Read more about Regretful Man[…]
That Old Familiar Friend Acrylic on Canvas (2014
Artist description: Pink cherry blossoms bloom in front of a bright blue sky. Painting was initially intended to be in the “colour by numbers” style. A source photo was chosen, and reduced to five shades. Once completed the artist continued to work into the painting, adding details. Thick areas of colour can still be found Read more about Cherry Blossom[…]