Saturday, June 11, 2016

Colorful Contemporary Abstract Art "Anazi-Mini" by Colorado Mixed Media Abstract Artist Carol Nelson



 I've chosen some of my favorite paintings to be made into bite-sized reproductions.
 In this collection of small canvas prints, each one arrives with its own little easel back. 

 The prints measure 6x6 or 5x7 inches, and are just perfect for adding a spot of artful color in  any nook or cranny in your home.

 Canvas Minis are made of a high-resolution canvas, mounted on a flexible black plastic  backing.  They look great without a frame, but are standard sizes if you wish to present them  with a small frame.


 7"x5" Giclee print on Panel

 $20.00

 Click HERE to purchase.


 View more of my work at http://carolnelsonfineart.com

 Learn about my special Canvas Minis HERE

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 View my WORKSHOP SCHEDULE  Here

 View my available BOOKS Here

  You've been asking for this for years! 

 Finally, I made an instructional video that you can purchase through Craftsy.com.

The video will become available on June 13, 2016.

Before the launch on the 13th, we will have a giveaway in the next

couple weeks to give readers a chance to win a free class!


http://www.craftsy.com/ext/CarolNelson_Giveaway


This link will take you to the Craftsy signup/login page, offering

a chance to win the class for free.  A random winner will be

chosen on June 13th.

So many people around the world (literally) write me saying they

would love to attend one of my workshops, but they live too far

away to attend one.

This video is my approach to creating with mixed media.  The

information in it is like attending a 3-4 day workshop with me.

It's not just a bunch of techniques either, there is instruction 

on how I actually use these techniques in creating an abstract

composition.

Holes in Tyvek - it's a good thing.





Here I am working on the Craftsy set.  Those of you who have seen me work know that I am not this neat and tidy.  I have stuff all over the place, but my producer wanted to keep everything clean and organized.


Some examples of work that I will be discussing in the video.



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