|Peacock Art by Schulman – watch the demonstration video!|
I love painting peacocks and thank goodness my collectors love them too.
The colors in this painting were inspired by the colors that were strutting down the runways. From yellow Freesia ( see blog post Yellow Freesia) to Radiant orchid (Color Obsession: Radiant Orchid) to violet (Five Reasons to Love the Color Purple) to dazzling blue (Do you love blue too?), and Hemlock green (Spring Trend Forecast: Mint Green) this peacock has most of those glorious colors.
Come into my studio!
I thought it would be fun to invite you into my studio so you can watch me paint this peacock from start to finish. This is a fast motion video… you might notice that I painted this peacock over several days, changing my outfits. My tuxedo cat also makes a cameo halfway through. She jumps into an open window, interferes with my paint a bit and then returns to guarding the house from other cats.
I have listed this art for sale as a print on imagekind and also available as home decor and other accents on cafepress.
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Watch me paint the peacock!
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6 thoughts on “You don’t want to miss this peacock painting demonstration!”
I found your use of paint and colours, so fluid and almost random— but not of course. It was planned and performed perfectly. Congratulations. I wish l had heard from you when l was younger. You would have been such an inspiration, and l might have used my talent much more.
wow, beautiful, lovely to watch, thanks
I love this video! I laughed at the initial part of the soundtrack and then smiled all the way thru! Awesome painting! Awesome music! Awesome video! Thank you!
Thanks Miriam! I totally enjoyed watching you paint! Music so apropo! I love you cat too. I had one that looked just like her (or him).
I love your colors and your process. Totally enjoying your class on mixed media!! Thanks!
a large canvas makes painting like dancing!
Well that was a ton of fun to watch and a wonderful way to start my day ;)) I've never worked on anything that large myself. Is there a very different feeling to working on something like this vs. an average size canvas? Thanks for sharing this Miriam! (love the section with your cat too lol)