Paintings by Danielle Mysliwiec.
What a technique! I saw on the artist site that the medium was oil, on panel. Amazing! I’m very pleased to discover it. Thanks a lot for this report.
wait. what? these are paintings? WOW!!
holy jesus, cannot get over that these are oils! BEYOND! I love!
paintings? really? If so… amazing!!!
no f’n way!!!
these are paintings!??!?! O_O NO!FUCKING!WAY!…
interesting stuff! looks good
Danielle Mysliwiec’s pieces are build up with ribbons of paint, woven in, out and under to create a three-dimensional, textured surface.
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Hi! Thanks for posting my work here! How did you come to find out about it. I really appreciate the shout out and all of the comments.
cheers danielle, im not sure i had your site bookmarked, i just came across it
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