Lisa Shea Acrylic Painting

Explorations in Creativity

While watercolors and oils have been used for thousands of years, acrylic paint has a much more recent history. Acrylic paints were developed in the 1940s. They have delightful properties for painters. Like watercolors, they can be mixed with water to create a variety of effects. But like oils, they dry to a water-resistant hardness, making them much more durable. They're far less likely to be bothered by condensation and other environmental issues.

That's part of why, while watercolors are traditionally mounted behind glass, acrylic paintings can be shown without protective (and glare-inducing) glass.

All of my acrylics are original, one-of-a-kind paintings. Ask with any questions!

Much of my acrylic painting work falls into two main categories:
* Acrylic Monotype Printmaking Artwork
* Acrylic String Art Paintings

In addition, I also create both figurative and abstract art directly with acrylic paint. Here are a few of my online galleries.

Abstract Acrylic Painting

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