Monday, 18 April 2016

Thursday, 14 April 2016

Sunday, 20 March 2016

Razzmatazz by Lisa Carney



Razzmatazz | 2015 | Acrylic Diptych on Wood Panels | 48 x 48 x 1.5" (122 x 122 x 4 cm)


This large striped diptych painting on wood panels mixes geometric and organic elements in prune, red, maroon, and green. Each panel measures 48x24 inches. The total painting measures 48x48 inches. The sides of the cradled wood panels are painted black. They come ready to hang.


Friday, 18 March 2016

Orangeade 2 by Lisa Carney

Orangeade 2 | 2016 | Acrylic on Unstretched Canvas | 12 x 12" (30 x 30 cm)

This brightly colored painting was created in sunny yellow and orange. It is part of a new series called "Abrasion", a series of small-scale paintings using scrape and scratch techniques with leftover paint. When I'm making larger paintings, I use small panels and canvases that I have laying around in my studio to scrape excess paint off my spatula. Eventually these small pieces turn out quite lush with texture and color.

I have signed, titled and dated the artwork on the back and have painted the sides black. This painting arrives wired and ready to hang. It can be displayed on your desktop, mantle, window ledge, shelf or wall.

I use professional grade acrylics with high quality color pigments that have very good to excellent resistance to fading. All of my paintings are finished with two coats of satin varnish to enhances the intensity, transparency and luminosity of colors and to protect the artwork from UV rays and dust.

Small paintings are the perfect collection starter. Imagine curating your own art collection as a means of personal expression to reflect your individual personality.

Sunday, 13 March 2016

Lazuline by Lisa Carney

Lazuline | 2015 | Acrylic on Canvas | 42 x 40 x 1.5" (107 x 102 x 4 cm)

This modern stripe painting mixes geometric and organic elements in vivid red and navy blue hues. Multiple layers of acrylic paint give this piece depth and luscious textures. I gave the artwork a satin finish to protect it from UV rays and dust. It is hand signed by me, the artist, on the front. And my signature, date, and title are written on the back of the painting. Sides are painted black. It arrives wired and ready to hang.

Friday, 11 March 2016

Orangeade 1 by Lisa Carney

Orangeade 1 | 2016 | Acrylic on Unstretched Canvas | 12 x 12" (30 x 30 cm)


This brightly colored painting was created in sunny yellow and orange. It is part of a new series called "Abrasion", a series of small-scale paintings using scrape and scratch techniques with leftover paint. When I'm making larger paintings, I use small panels and canvases that I have laying around in my studio to scrape excess paint off my spatula. Eventually these small pieces turn out quite lush with texture and color.

I have signed, titled and dated the artwork on the back and have painted the sides black. This painting arrives wired and ready to hang. It can be displayed on your desktop, mantle, window ledge, shelf or wall.

I use professional grade acrylics with high quality color pigments that have very good to excellent resistance to fading. All of my paintings are finished with two coats of satin varnish to enhances the intensity, transparency and luminosity of colors and to protect the artwork from UV rays and dust.

Small paintings are the perfect collection starter. Imagine curating your own art collection as a means of personal expression to reflect your individual personality. 

Sunday, 6 March 2016

Pétales Jaunes by Lisa Carney

Pétales Jaunes | 2015 | Acrylic on Wood Panel | 40 x 40 x 1.5" (102 x 102 x 4 cm)


Huge painting suggesting an explosion of flower petals from my Geoflora series. A series of botanical and floral abstract paintings. I use drip and splash techniques to suggest plant life, like wild flowered fields and sea corals.

The edges are 1.5 inches deep and are painted in white. Various shades of yellow, orange, ochre, taupe and light gray were carefully dripped onto the wood panel. It arrives signed, wired and ready to hang. No frame needed.

Saturday, 5 March 2016

Rusty Lavender by Lisa Carney





Title : Rusty Lavender
Year Created : 2016
Medium : Acrylic
Support : Canvas
Style : Abstract
Subject : Botanical, garden, flowers
Size : 18x24x1.5" (46x61x4 cm)


This is an original floral abstract painting created in beautiful shades of purple, burnt orange, sky blue and white. It is part of my GeoFlora series, a series of botanical and floral abstract paintings. I use drip and splash techniques to suggest plant life, like wild flowered fields and sea corals.

I have signed it on the front, and signed, titled and dated the artwork on the back. I have painted the sides white. This painting arrives wired and ready to hang.

I use professional grade acrylics with high quality color pigments that have very good to excellent resistance to fading. All of my paintings are finished with two coats of satin varnish to enhances the intensity, transparency and luminosity of colors and to protect the artwork from UV rays and dust.

Friday, 4 March 2016

Mustard by Lisa Carney

Mustard | 2016 | Acrylic on Unstretched Canvas | 08 x 08" (20 x 20 cm)


This minimalist painting was created in yelow ochre hues and maroon. It is part of a new series called "Abrasion", a series of small-scale paintings using scrape and scratch techniques with leftover paint. When I'm making larger paintings, I use small panels and canvases that I have laying around in my studio to scrape excess paint off my spatula. Eventually these small pieces turn out quite lush with texture and color.

I have signed, titled and dated the artwork on the back and have painted the sides black. This painting arrives wired and ready to hang. It can be displayed on your desktop, mantle, window ledge, shelf or wall.

I use professional grade acrylics with high quality color pigments that have very good to excellent resistance to fading. All of my paintings are finished with two coats of satin varnish to enhances the intensity, transparency and luminosity of colors and to protect the artwork from UV rays and dust.

Small paintings are the perfect collection starter. Imagine curating your own art collection as a means of personal expression to reflect your individual personality.