Sunday, July 31, 2011

The Immaculata


The Immaculata, T. Nelson 2011
acrylic on gesso

I told Kat I would post an example of a retablo on gesso/wood with transparent washes.  I painted it for an ornate Peruvian frame.
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12 comments:

  1. Kimvandapool2:01 AM

    Beautiful, LOVE it!!!

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  2. I feel esteemed/blessed that I know you personally (so to speak), knowing you make beautiful creations like this, for the glory of God.
    God Bless

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  3. Aw shucks! Thanks y'all. I think the frame makes it look better than it is - but I appreciate your kindness.

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  4. Very like it Terry, btw where did you bought/get the frame?

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  5. Terry, that's gorgeous. When are you going to sketch the addition to my tattoo?

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  6. Another beautiful painting Terry. Do you enhance the frames you find as well?

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  7. "...addition to my tattoo?"

    DB, Don't defile your body.

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  8. Hey Doughboy--great idea..Terry can design religious tattoos!!

    I'm deserately seeking a very feminine rendition of the Sacred heart/Immaculat Heart that doesn't look like some biker scrawl or Hispanic shrine..

    I have my Chi ro design that I have yet to be applied..maybe next time I'm in Vegas :)

    Sara

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  10. sara: i agree! i love my current tattoo but wanna add onto it & can't find a decent artist to assist, but i totally trust master nelson. looking to get a half-sleeve possibly or just around the rotator cuff.

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  11. I love the colors and the frame is fantastic. I was playing around with crayons today, at your suggestion.

    It looked horrible. I will post it tomorrow... as a lesson for me to stay out of my kid's school supplies.

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