Acrylic on cotton canvas.
Acrylic painting inspired by my former career in the fashion industry. Each portrait evokes an alluring seductive feeling that draws the viewer into the painting. Painted in the Impressionistic style using brushes and palette knife. Highlighted with metallic gold and silver paint that shimmer creating various shades when viewed from different directions.
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About the Artist
Growing up on a Welsh farm Glenys Flint loved the beautiful countryside, animals and wildlife. From an early age she enjoyed all activities involving arts and crafts. When faced with the crucial decision of what direction to take as a career there was no question that it had to involve art, but ...