Saturday, November 27, 2010
Last week I joined The Sketchbook Project.
I ordered a sketchbook and i have 40 days to fill 40 pages!
Then i send it back to the United States.
"Thousands of sketchbooks will be exhibited at galleries and museums as they make their way on tour across the country" Arthouseco-op says. Click on the image for more information.
A very nice idea don't you think? 28728 artists from 94 countries around the world are participating!
On the left there will be a pocket with my biography but i made an info page on the right too.
The paper in the background is from a very old book with old fashioned dutch language.
I want to give this book a feminin style with all the things that i love in it.
I have to paint a bracelet, so i used this page for it. I love to freestyle and see what happens.
Thursday, November 25, 2010
Because the holidays are coming i have 5 art prints for sale.
Fine art print on super smooth 200 grams paper.
You can choose a black or white frame with it for €20,-.
This is excl. the shipping costs or transfer costs.
How to order?
Go to www.marjoleincaljouw.bigartel.com
or send me an email on firstname.lastname@example.org
If you want to see bigger pictures go to www.marjoleincaljouw.nl
Sunday, November 21, 2010
Saturday, November 13, 2010
I added some flowers and changed the composition and the girl as you can see above, but Rosa wanted the old composition...
Here you can see i changed the composition. The girl keeps her legs closer to her body and the tree is curved. Because the canvas was square i had to cut of a part of the sketch.
Acrylic and oilpaint on canvas, 100 cm x 100 cm.
The final painting took me about 5 days. I'm quite happy with the result, there are more girly paintings to come.
on 3:13 AM
Sunday, November 7, 2010
Above: Acrylics and oilpaint on canvas 50 cm x 50 cm / 19,7" x 19,7"
Above: Pencil on paper.
This painting was made for the lottery of "Willeke Alberti" a dutch singer. She had a gala yesterday in 'Hotels van Oranje' where she gave our book "Kleine Dingen Met Liefde Doen" to a lot of people. We were invited and it was great to be there. I hope Willeke can help a lot of (lonely old) people with her foundation. I finished the painting in a rush so i hope it's allright like this.