Sharon Whisnand’s mixed media art may include elements that suggest a landscape or may strictly use balance and color to create abstract patterns. With hand-painted papers, drywall tape, string, gesso, and even hot glue, a work of art is born.
"Metanoia" is a mixed media painting measuring 12x12 inches. "Metanoia," by definition, means “how did I end up here?” As an intuitive artist, Sharon doesn't always begin her work with a clear plan in mind, but the plan unfolds throughout the creative process. For this piece, an acrylic pour was used as a base, which created the unique cells. Texture was then added with acrylic gel. Paper and fabric were embedded, along with Tyvak paper. Resin drips were painted and used as rocks. And finally, the painting was sealed with a top coat of acrylic pouring medium. Sold in the frame shown.
This is a one-of-a-kind, original work of art. No prints or reproductions.