Alphabet Dreams Coloring Book

Alphabet Dreams Coloring Book

All the delightful rhymes and drawings from the Alphabet Dreams picture book are here – but without the color! Let your imagination and crayons go wild as you make all …

poured acrylic by Lucy Arnold

Peacock Fan

12×12 acrylic on stretched canvas This piece was created by pouring colors slowly through a sink strainer onto a canvas. Just another of the wacky, wonderful poured acrylic techniques I’m …

Poured acrylic by Lucy Arnold

Peacock Quartet

8×8 acrylic on stretched canvases Deep peacock colors swirl on these 4 separate triangular canvases. Each is 8″ on the widest side, so when placed all together they are 8″x8″. …

poured acrylic

Solar Flare

10×20 acrylic on stretched canvas The wild reds and yellows are more than intense, reminding me of the energy of solar eruptions and flares.

poured acrylic by Lucy Arnold

Purple Medusa

12×12 acrylic on stretched canvas It may take a stretch of the imagination, but the words “Purple Medusa” pops into my mind whenever I look at this piece. I don’t …

poured acrylic by Lucy Arnold

Pele

12×12 acrylic on stretched canvas Pele is the goddess of fire, lightning, dance, wind, volcanoes and violence. That seemed a suitable name, as this painting resembles an eruption of lava.

poured acrylic by Lucy Arnold

Uprising

12×12 acrylic on stretched canvas Wildly colorful peaks of reds, blues and yellow rise in never-ending waves.

poured acrylics

Microcosm

12×12 acrylic on stretched canvas Blues, purples, maroon, black and gold colors layer and bubble together in what could be a cosmic star nursery or a microscopic view of life.

poured acrylic by Lucy Arnold

Banded Agate

12×16 acrylic on stretched canvas The glorious streaks and whorls of earth tones in this piece are reminiscent of colorful cut and polished stones, especially banded agate.

poured acrylics

Elementals

12×12 acrylic on stretched canvas The Elementals represented in this abstract poured acrylic painting are roaring flames and a deluge of water – in very vivid colors.

poured acrylic by Lucy Arnold

Candy Kiss

12×12 acrylic on stretched canvas I used a bottle bottom pour to achieve the effect I wanted for this piece. The colors reminded me of candy, and a kiss just …

poured acrylics by Lucy Arnold

Dragon Pebbles

20×10 acrylic on stretched canvas I used a mirror swipe technique to create this piece. It reminds me so much of dragon scales and colorful pebbles, so I combined both …

Alphabet Dreams picture book

Alphabet Dreams picture book

With a sprinkle of stardust and a dash of moonlight, an everyday alphabet becomes so much more… Enchanting illustrations pair with engaging rhymes in a warm and expressive hardcover picture …

poured acrylic by Lucy Arnold

Wild, Wild Flower

12×12 acrylic on stretched canvas This crazy, psychedelic flower is a poured acrylic painting. The technique I used is called a bottle bottom pour, as the colors are actually poured …

poured acrylic by Lucy Arnold

Arctic Tundra

12×16 acrylic on stretched canvas Tides is a poured acrylic painting. I used several different blues plus silver in three flip cups of combined colors to create it. The title was …

Dark Star

12×12 acrylic on stretched canvas Dark Star was created using a radial swipe method with poured acrylics. The white area in the image is just a reflection. I hope to …

Enchanted Forest by Lucy Arnold

Enchanted Forest

16×12 acrylic on stretched canvas There are many techniques for poured acrylics, and it’s fun to experiment with new ones. Enchanted Forest was created by “swiping” with a damp paper …

Fateful Flowers by Lucy Arnold

Toxic Tango IV: Fateful Flowers

Beautiful, toxic flowers abound in the plant kingdom. Many are very familiar garden varieties that many folks would never suspect as being dangerous. They appear in bouquets in our homes, …

Peacock Gate

Peacock Gate is comprised of bits of my photos from a recent trip to Spain and Morocco. The peacock himself was found in the gardens of a royal palace of …

The Cottage by Lucy Arnold

The Cottage

This surreal, fantasy night scene was digitally created from photos I took in Alaska, Estonia, and right in my own backyard. The weird clouds over the moon are real, although …