Paige's PortfolioCreations of Cats, Comics and of course Curves
Mushrooms and Onions
This piece is guache on water color paper. I was really happy with the textures I was able to get out of the guache. (I treated myself to a paint set and have been playing with it)
This was a comissioned piece from this past year. The client wanted her wedding bouqeut preserved.
Portrait of Vera Farmiga
This was during the time period I was trying to really work on my digital painting skills. I am proud of the progress I made in this one.
Portrait of Toi
Toi and I go way back, organizing and participating in local events is how we met. She’s an incredible soul, talented writer and chef.
I have a million old screen prints that I’ve been trying to figure out what to do with. That’s why this piece is dated 2012, but it’s actually from 2019. The original print was done in 2016, and I have about 100 more. When clearing out my studio I never want to throw art out, BUT, it’s not doing anyone any good sitting in a portfolio.
Chipster Yarn Painting
I always love experimenting with different techniques and mediums. Once again this was a demo for my students.
When I owned and ran Avery Paige Designs I think this was our best selling shirt. It was based on my 31 days of Inktober illustrations for that year. I converted it into a one color screen print and it just looked so good inverted.
During the quaratine I became infatuated with mushrooms. I’m not sure how or when it started. Our local farmer’s market now has a mushroom vendor and it makes me happy deep in my soul.
John Jack Snoring
Look at that eye though