Monday, February 27, 2012

Student's free flow paintings!

I'm happy to say that my workshop of Free form was a fun challenge for my students.
And each have learned to let themselves go. To strive in with passion and playfulness. As you can see, each student's pieces are very different, unique and special in their own way. Now they have a final assignment to paint in a larger scale. I'm very proud to see how their lines and shapes formed into wonderful pieces of art.  They will continue to paint and blossom as artists!!!
 I love their paintings! 
I love these! These pieces are wonderful. Love your use of color.

Love Jan's whimsical playfulness with her characters.
Such sweetness and glee!
Lovely pieces of work!

Theanne's pieces are both playfully colorful and poetic. She tapped into her child within.
Love these two pieces!!! She learned to let go and have fun with shapes and composition.

Laura's pieces convey emotion. A unique quirkiness, fun and delightfully whimsical.
A playful attitude!

These pieces are amazing! love them!
I knew she had in her to let herself go. And she has develop her own unique style.Beautiful!


  1. I love my fellow students art pieces, they inspire me.

  2. que obras tan preciosas, te felicito a ti magui y a tus alumnos por tanta creatividad.
    un abrazo Alita

  3. This looks like a fun workshop! A lot of people struggle with letting go and becoming free with their art and it's so nice to see that you're encouraging the passion and playfulness! I particularly like Theanne's work, she could be professional.
    Jess xx

  4. Wow! Fabulous work by your students! Magaly, I hope you don't mind but I linked to your blog through my blog post showing a distance photo of your work hanging in my studio. So wish I could have done this class with you. Next time?
    Jessi xox (Hope giving you my blog address here is o.k.)


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