Thursday, July 16, 2009

An Amazing Artist to Share


I found this artist while reading Une Envie de Sel.
Jeanne-Ming was kind enough to share her painting process with me, it involves drywall compound and carving and I can't wait to try it myself!
I hope you like her work as much as I do.

11 comments:

Lily Hydrangea said...

thanks. Jeanne's work is very interesting.

Ronnie said...

How interesting. Drywall compound is pretty soft when it cures. I can see how you could carve it. I've tried using it through stencils but never went further. Thanks Jeanne and Julie. Love seeing new ideas and finding new artists.

Flor Larios Art said...

Love it! Looks so dreamy...

I invite you to visit my blog I am having a giveaway...one of my art pendants..custom made...see you there!
Flor

WingingIt said...

i cannot wait to see the process...i have to feed and walk the dog...ooooh...life does get in the way sometimes...thanks for sharing!!
lorri-marie

Kaili (Billy and Button) said...

I do, I do! Can you show us the process when you do your own? Thanks for sharing!

The Wanderers' Daughter said...

She's wonderful, isn't she?

Jeanne-ming said...

awe...you guys....thanks...it is so fun to share isn't it!?

Jeanne-ming said...

oh one more thing....what I love about drywall is that it does take time to "set" long after you have finished your work it gets really hard, but during the process (sometimes almost four months for me if I am traveling or busy) it has enough play to sand and etch and change it. I love this medium because it is perfect for my style and also my schedule....and if you mess up....just re-mud.....

I re mud a lot....

krys kirkpatrick said...

oh my god, incredible. I love it. So much detail.

3rdEyeMuse said...

another great find ... thank you. :)

Art4Sol said...

Very lovely work...thanks for sharing.