Hand Drawn Mermaid and watercolor multimedia artwork by Artist Stevyn Llewellyn. Available exclusively at society 6 here.
This mermaid was created by scanning a watercolor painting, then delicately drawn in photoshop, smoothed out in illustrator, then adjusted the colors to get the subtle fluctuations in tonality.
Mythical sea creatures have been a constant source of inspiration for many artists throughout history, evoking a sense of fantastical escape, or the dangers of the deep.
This reflective siren is a testament to myth and beauty and the mystery of the seas.
Mermaid Twins also available as cups and rugs for your home.
Original oil painting of a forest in Colorado by Artist Stevyn Llewellyn. Gallery quality Giclée print on natural white, matte, ultra smooth, 100% cotton rag, acid and lignin free archival paper using Epson K3 archival inks. Custom trimmed with 1″ border for framing.
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For the month of July, my work will be on display at the Red Square Cafe in Portland. Works include pieces from the Gold Honey Series, Oil paintings, photography, cut paper, textile designs, and digital illustrations.
Red Square Cafe 4505 SE Belmont St Portland, OR 97215
Blue Flower Woman original gilcee print for sale. This was created with abstract watercolor painting, which was scanned into the computer. The line work was then done in adobe illustrator and the image was finalized in photoshop. The figurative element as well as patterning on the apparel reference both my personal and professional work designing textiles. Click on the image above to purchase or follow the link here.
I’ve been busy working a a capsule series of figurative pieces based off of one of my abstract watercolor paintings, which I left outside in the rain to achieve the spontaneous texture. I then scanned it the painting, and used one of my vector drawings to create the final work digitally. This weds both traditional and digital media for a clean image, with references to the female form and my textile design background.
It is now for sale here as an archival gilcee print, and apparel.
Experimenting with some alternative methods for the development of the Gold Honey Series. Instead of hand cutting each design as I had done previously, I’m experimenting with having the artwork machine-cut with a vinyl cutter, then heat pressed onto paper. The result is a mirror-like surface on the gilded paper.