I have always been interested in submitting my best designs to house flag manufacturing companies, and since my old portfolio page is now being moved to a new site, there is no real place to showcase my art right now. For this reason, I am setting this page up to display my art pieces that I think are best suited for that market. I can also add any borders and text if needed. I hope you like what you see here.
Please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions. Thank you. Cheryl McNulty
Just finished these two Amish-themed designs. I think I am happy the way they turned out. It was very different than what I am used to. I left space in both paintings for an inspirational quote. Hope you enjoy these!
This is the picture that was inspired from a photo of my daughter, Caitlin, when she was small. She will be transformed into an amish girl smelling a flower in the garden with a butterfly or two. I seem to be stuck in the garden of flowers as I am not sure what colors I want to use…so I sit and stare…and try to picture it in my mind. I will try and finish this by mid-week at most. Then, I will share it with you, I promise! Any ideas…please share!
I just did a re-do of an old design for Christmas. It’s a snowman done in pastels on black pastel paper. The results look like a drawing done in chalk on a blackboard, which is a popular look today in art design.
I really like the look. I think I will try other designs just like this with other seasonal images. Back to the drawing board!
Just finished a picture of a woman chef to go with my other man chef picture. The colors are slightly different, but they are both awesome! It was rather difficult to find a woman chef picture anywhere as far as I could see. Don’t know why that is! But anyway, hope you like this one.
Sorry it’s been so long, but I am trying to improve my portfolio and it takes a lot of extra time!
Just wanted to share something new I decide I’d try, and that is paint a quilt block like a sampler, since I know I will never really “sew” one. I love the look, but I think I will add some stitching around the edges of the hearts and border to give it that “sewn” look.
What do you think? I may just do a set of these..with other wording. Let me know.
Thought I would try my hand at acrylics, and this time I did one of my favorite subjects…angels. I had to play with this one for awhile and I finally figured out how to blend and highlight a little better, which is kind of difficult with this medium, as it dries rather quickly. Anyway, hope you like it…
Here are four new acrylic paintings I have been working on. It was fun to try these new ideas and just practice the blending techniques and brushstrokes. It’s all so new to me, but now I just want to try all types of pictures. I can’t wait. Hope you like these.