”Love, Hope & Joy” Mandala for Sale

This hand drawn mandala is on 11 x 17 inch mixed media paper and is unframed. No prints have been made of this Mandala so it is truly one of a kind. Free shipping within the United States. Asking price is $179. This Mandala took me about 18 to 20 hours to complete. Please email me at JenniferRiazCreations@gmail.com for serious inquiries only please.

 

Red Hand Drawn Original Mandala For Sale

I hand drew this Mandala on 11 x 17 inch paper and used Micron And Faber Castell Pens. It is unframed and available for purchase at $89.99. Serious inquires only via email: jenniferRiazCreations@gmail.com.

Put RED MANDALA in the subject line please. This is a one of a kind work or art. No copies or prints or photographs have been made of this art.

“Ocean’s Eyes” Abstract Acrylic on 20 x 20 Canvas For Sale

I created this abstract acrylic on canvas in approximately 2016 on 20 x 20 canvas. It’s titled, “Ocean’s Eyes”. This is one I am tempted to keep in my personal collection but have decided to put it up for sale. Asking price is $279. It’s heavily textured, multi-layered and created using only the finest Liquitex products. Email me at JenniferRiazCreations@gmail.com for serious questions and offers only please

Bird Mandala – For Sale

This mandala took spent about two days to finish, including drying time as there are many layers. Water colors and a variety of wooden stamps in various color inks completed the background. The fine pens used for making the mandala and it’s designs were made using Micron Pens. I would consider this is piece of Zentangle Inspired Art considering its use of repetitive patterns. It is on 12 by 17 inch paper. It is unframed and available for sale for $149.99

Beautiful Pakistan

In July of 2013, I flew from Florida to Lahore, Pakistan to get married there to the most wonderful man I have ever met. We are still happily married. These are some photographs that I took during that trip. Most of the photographs were taken in Lahore and also quite a few from a small village named Prince which is close to Lahore. The warm welcome we got in the village was heart warming and the children followed us where ever we went and were eager to let me take pictures of them.

Some of the places we went to in Lahore are the amazingly beautiful Badshahi Mosque, the Lahore Fort, Shalimar Gardens, the Qaid E Azam Library and the Lahore Historical Museum.

I enjoyed every moment while I was there and found the Pakistani people to be warm and friendly.

Mandala on Canvas

For this piece, I used Liquitex Acrylic Paint on a 12 x 12 canvas for the background. Then I put a stencil on the canvas once the paint was dry, and used Gold Liquitex spray paint. After that dried, I used a tiny paintbrush and red Liquitex Ink to “color in” the Mandala. I had so much fun making it that I think I will do a series in several different color schemes.

“The Queen” mixed Media on 4 x 4 gesso board

I used Faber Castell and Micron Pens to complete the physical artwork. Then, I took a photograph of it with a Sony CyberShot and then digitally enhanced the image using Adobe Photoshop.

Art Journal Entry for July 24th, 2018.

Use Adobe Creative Cloud to Edit Your Art Journal Pages

I always have so much fun creating an art page page, but sometimes that is just half the journey…. I take a picture of it and let the fun begin again.  Usining Adobe’s Lightroom CC and POhotoshop CC gives unlimited editing potential.  Here are just a few quick edits I did, using presets, to get a quick example together of how just a few minutes spent in editing can change the tone and feel of the jornal entry immensely…

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Last Days Of Summer Art Journal Pages

That bittersweet, last day of summer before school starts up again, should be a special day filled with happiness and joy for each student returning to school. No more staying up all night giggling with your friends, having sleepovers, an occasional Netflix binge, playing video games or being online for countless hours at a time. All that disappears in the blink of an eye. Summer’s fly by and next thing we know academics take a priority again… I had my own special way of saying farewell to the summer and wrote about it last night and this morning in two consecutive art journal entries. As usual, my art journal pages are consisted of layers of mixed media and I feel good expressing myself while doing them, verbally in what I write and artistically with the colors, designs, stencils and materials I choose to use.

Here is a list of materials I used to make these entries:

  • Dylusions Large Art Journal
  • Faber Castell Pens
  • Micron Pens
  • Gellyroll Pens
  • Liquitex Acrylic Paint Markers
  • Block Stamps
  • Cling Stamps
  • Stencils
  • Watercolor Paint