Mother & Daughter

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I have been working on a few art pieces for an exhibition at an amateur theatre this fall. I am using a multitude of mediums, including acrylic and watercolour paint, oil pastels, polymer & air dry clays, different-sized canvases, and watercolour paper. A few of the pieces involve using different types of clay and acrylic paint on canvas, all surrounded by a wood three-dimensional frame.

For this particular project, I used only two colours, blue and white. It is called Mother and Daughter. They are seated having their special tea time.

I used polymer clay for the figures, an 8″ x 8″ canvas, acrylic paint, 2 3/4″ x 3/4″ wood for the frame and 1 1/4″ wide moulding for the front to finish it off.

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Robin Hindle is an artist and a retired graphic designer living in Nova Scotia, Canada. She has been an artist for more than thirty years and was a graphic designer for twenty-five years. Now, at the age of sixty-three, Robin is adding writer to her list of accomplishments. She has written and illustrated her first book called Famlaer-The real faeryland.

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