Stunning Ocean Stones Meticulously Covered in Intriguing Tiny Dots Tauheed Ahmad March 31, 2015 Amazing & Incredible, Creative Minds 1619 Through her vibrant artwork, Canada-based creative Elspeth McLean purpose to attach people to their inner child. One way she does this is through small ocean stones that were located on beaches in New Zealand. They’re painted with lovely bright colors that feature a series of dots decoratively arranged along the surface. Elspeth McLean’s designs changes in scheme and pattern, but they always delight in an almost-hypnotic way. It is very easy to get lost in looking at all of the complicated details. Elspeth McLean uses a small brush and acrylic paint to form these pieces. She has applied multiple layers of paint and sometimes as many as 6 applications – so that her dots keep their shape and create a slightly three-dimensional effect. This meticulous process is what supports to make her pieces so striking. She writes about her work, “Painting is my way to find my “happy place” and color is a way to express and celebrate the colors of my soul.” She’s influenced by nature, animals, the changing seasons, and her world travels with a musician husband. Therefore looking at my art from over the years it is very evident that my art becomes like a storybook into my life where I was, what I was doing, what inspired and interested me at that time. I must say, what a lovely sentiments. Source: Mymodernmet Related PostsBricklayer Transforms Ordinary Stone into Hypnotically Detailed SculpturesJasper Creek VenezuelaBring Your Walls to Life with This Plant Wall TrophyMesmeric Acrylic and Resin Swirl Table Brings the Cosmos to the Dining RoomSimon Beck Snow ArtStriking Bird Drawings by Brazilian Street ArtistEvergreen Plants That Glow In the DarkThonet Launches Colorful Outdoor Range of Classic Chairs92 Years old Grandmother Share Amazing Embroidered Artwork of Temari Vibrant Colors Paper Art BirdsRearrangeable Layers of Glass Form Spectacular 3D Landscapes and SeascapesRusted Hull of Old Ship is Turned into an Airy Arts Pavilion Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.