Adan’s Fine Art America Images # 8 – Busy Butterfly Side 2, Photography circa 2016

Busy Butterfly Side 2 ©Felipe Adan Lerma https://fineartamerica.com/featured/busy-butterfly-side-2-felipe-adan-lerma.html
Busy Butterfly Side 2 ©Felipe Adan Lerma
https://fineartamerica.com/featured/busy-butterfly-side-2-felipe-adan-lerma.html
Uploaded to FAA April 05, 2020
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– captured in our backyard, youngest grandchild watching, entranced ❤️

About my “Adan’s Fine Art America Images” Series

I’ve struggled for quite awhile to come up with a means or routine that’d let me post easily – hopefully daily or near so – and, present my original painting and photography I’ve uploaded @FineArtAmerica (FAA) since early 2016.

My first try got me to #4, where I bogged down putting too much information into each post.

This iteration 😊 I’m aiming for a more minimal approach.

Hopefully I’ll be able to present more work, and, hopefully you might find something you like to buy on Fine Art America, or contact me about.

Contact Me 😊

You can contact me at –
limitededitionsbyadan@gmail.com .
Or via the Contact the Artist Option at Fine Art America at –
https://fineartamerica.com/sendemail.html?artistid=459979 .

More of My Fine Art America Images via This Site

https://felipeadanlerma.com/tag/adans-fine-art-america-images/ .

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Busy Butterfly Side 2

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My Recent Blog Posts 😊

  • September 25, 2021 – Walking in Dappled Light Study 1, #Watercolor on Paper, Completed
    Not much difference between the previous post’s study version and the completed version above. As you can tell, from the 2nd duo sets of contrasts below, all I did was soften the upper slanting line separating red and white on the lady’s back. But for me, it….
  • September 24, 2021 – New Most Viewed Image For the Week @FineArtAmerica, Ridges of Spring Light, #watercolor, painted late 2019
    I’ve recently been including Ridges of Spring Light in several of my blog posts about dappled light and masking fluid, not because it was meant to “be” dappled light, or that I used masking fluid creating it, though it does have three distinct areas of canvas (coated with absorbent ground to accept watercolors). No, Ridges of Spring Light contains a sense of dappleness, often created with masking fluid, and I used that image here to illustrate the idea that a variable sense of light sometimes just comes about, even in an abstract.
  • September 23, 2021 – Walking in Dappled Light Study 1, #Watercolor on Paper, Masking Fluid Removed
    There’s a lot I like about how this looks with the masking fluid gone (removed prev night and slept on the shock of seeing the changes, lol!) – which doesn’t mean though I’m not looking at what to try to improve how I feel about this work 😊 Initially, 1st impression, I was determined to restore & “correct” some of the changes —
  • September 22, 2021 – Walking in Dappled Light Study 1, #Watercolor on Paper; 1st Paint Lay-in with Masking Fluid
    At 9×12 on 140lb x watercolor paper, I was able to use my brushes fairly effectively where I wanted them, and applied some Turner masking fluid (with a thin palette knife) “fairly” easy. And yes, some foot proportions are off a bit, lol, and her back blouse almost looks like it’s the front, but all in not too bad toward my primary priority – quickly achieve some degree of dappling look. Once the masking fluid comes off though, it could be very different….
  • September 21, 2021 – Initial Review of “Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art” by James Nestor
    I’d been doing a day to day posting of a continuing study-sketch project with figures in a watercolor landscape and ran into a time roadblock – grandchild, groceries, fitness (walking, yoga, Essentrics), picking up line art to practice-paint at my printer, etc 😊 and wasn’t able to wiggle any more time to work on that project and write about it, so… I took a deep breath and picked up a book (virtually, via my Kindle Reader, lol!) The editorial reviews often mentioned this read like a novel & my intro and beginning pages already confirm that.

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Thanks so much everyone! 😊

Adan

Artist self portrait - photo of Felipe Adan Lerma on converted railway track bike ferry for the Island Line Trail connecting mainland Vermont to South Hero on Lake Champlain.

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10 comments

  1. I agree with Cindy! And it will be fun to see you paint your butterfly~a red admiral, and very fresh, too. Last summer was a good one for them. So many other of our butterflies are in decline.

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    • I’m gonna give it a try, thanks to your encouragement, young lady! 😊 I do shoot most my photography with the additional idea (to go w/making an interesting photo) the image also appeals enough to me “one day” I might make a painting of it; they hardly ever come out like the photo, but most folks will tell me the painting “usually” translates some of the sense of the photo, which is a big “yes!” for me 😊

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