Announcement Welcome to my shop. I hope my art speaks to you in a very real and profound way and I welcome your comments and feedback on any and every piece that you see. Thanks for visiting!
Welcome to my shop. I hope my art speaks to you in a very real and profound way and I welcome your comments and feedback on any and every piece that you see. Thanks for visiting!
Radean Seeley on Aug 14, 2015
What an amazing piece! Im drawn to it because he looks like my son! Very Cool! I will be back. You have a talent that draws in the eye,but enlightens and stirs the soul.
Sherry Mann on Dec 12, 2013
I am a art lover and this artist is very talented in his craft! I'm looking forward to adding more to my collection.
Sherry Mann on Dec 12, 2013
What an amazing artist!! I have 2 pieces so far and look forward to more. Very professional with communication, and the art work leaves me speechless with the detail.
First of all, I'm just glad to be an Etsy-ian! (or is that Etsian? Someone may have to correct me on that one). Every shop breathes its own unique creativity, which just fosters an atmosphere where art is continually being inspired.
My process begins with a thought, a concept, or just an emotion. The joy and the challenge is getting that thought or raw emotion, from my heart, onto the canvas or surface I'm using. Most of my work is symbolic, so I tend to deal in an abstract realism: A perfect example being "Tears in a Vase", seen in the 4th picture above. I usually start with a pencil sketch or small practice painting, and since I'm painting imaginary people, the question I usually ask myself is, "what form or thing will best convey what I'm feeling in my heart?" After I flesh that out I begin the painting.
During the painting process, something often happens to me that most artists or creators can relate to, and that is the errant stroke. I'll be going along and make an unintended mark or turn in my work; though not always irreversible, it forces me to decide how I will proceed next. I've found these strokes to be some of the best moments of serendipity. A mistake on the surface, they often lead me in a direction that add meaning to my work that I never saw in the beginning.
This is the nature of creativity--the fact that you can't control every aspect of it; if you could, you would prevent something new from emerging, giving you something better than what you originally intended.
Thanks for visiting my shop, and I hope that the art, words, or just the collective strokes inspire you in your own creative process as a viewer.
To learn more about me, my work, or the symbols conveyed in it, just check out my shop blog highlighted above to the right-- Thank You.
A fine artist from Dallas,Tx; oil paint, acrylics, and color pencil are the media for my imagination. The human form, as well as many others, are the vehicles that bring that imagination to life.
All work here is under the protection of copyright, and may not be duplicated without prior consent from the author.
Accepted payment methods
- Accepts Etsy gift cards
U.S.-- unmounted items: $5.00, +$1 for additional items. Mounted items:$6.00,+$2 for additional items
International-- unmounted items: $20.00, +$2 for additional items. Mounted items:$27,+$2 for additional items
Refunds and Exchanges
STEP 2. Take a picture and send via convo or e-mail of item received. If there is no resolution, a refund will be initiated.
Methods: Direct paymt to your acct. or card, Paypal ( provide email address connected to your paypal acct.) or by U.S. postal money order.
*No refund after 10 days of receipt of purchase.
Additional policies and FAQs
Site: millianglenn.com--for originals