Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Original Valentine's Heart Paintings + Art Prints & ACEO Prints! Pip & Pop at the Corey Helford Gallery...



"Amidst the Sky" Original 5"x5" Painting here
"Dark Matters of the Heart" Original 5"x5" Painting here
"Heart of Darkness" Original 5"x5" Painting here
"Pink on Pink" Original 5"x5" Painting here

This week I am featuring four original heart paintings. I love Valentine's Day, while I think we should celebrate the love we share for others all year long, I do think it's wonderful that we have a special day to honor those we love in our life... These heart paintings look great together or apart. The originals all have elements of texture.  The art has a lowbrow contemporary pop abstract feel.

In honor of Valentine's day, I will offer the originals with free shipping if you purchase one of these original hearts by February 14th 2018.  Just message me with the title of the heart you want for you or a loved one and I'll send you a paypal invoice with the adjusted rate or I'll refund you the cost of shipping after purchase...


Most of my art is also available on my website at lisarusso.com; however, on the first Tuesday of the month, I like to put some art prints and LE ACEO prints on ebay at a lower promotional rate for the duration of the auctions... This month, my theme is hearts; you may see them here.

A fun feature with these hearts is that there are some variations between the originals and the prints, please click to see them amongst my monthly auctions or at the links to my website above if you'd like to see the variations plus a couple more heart options...

I am linking this post with Inspire Me Monday

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Pip & Pop "Here Comes Sunshine" Installation at the Corey Helford Gallery
Open until Februrary 17, 2018
Part I

I found this art installation absolutely adorable.  "Here Comes Sunshine" is the debut U.S. Installation of artist Pip & Pop.  I was at the Corey Helford Gallery to see another show, but found the installation as well as the available pieces of "The Rainbow Gang" utterly charming.  They also had a video of Australian artist Tanya Schultz discussing and creating some of her fascinating works.  With sugar and assorted materials, she aims to create an earthly utopia.

This is part I of II of the Pip & Pop art focused on the "Here Comes Sunshine" Installation.  

Edit, Pip & Pop "The Rainbow Gang" part II is here.

In Progress View of "Here Comes Sunshine" Installation by artist Pip & Pop aka Tanya Schultz

"Here Comes Sunshine" Installation by artist Pip & Pop aka Tanya Schultz

"Here Comes Sunshine" Installation by artist Pip & Pop aka Tanya Schultz

"Here Comes Sunshine" Installation by artist Pip & Pop aka Tanya Schultz

"Here Comes Sunshine" Installation by artist Pip & Pop aka Tanya Schultz

"Here Comes Sunshine" Installation by artist Pip & Pop aka Tanya Schultz

"Here Comes Sunshine" Installation by artist Pip & Pop aka Tanya Schultz

"Here Comes Sunshine" Installation by artist Pip & Pop aka Tanya Schultz

"Here Comes Sunshine" Installation by artist Pip & Pop aka Tanya Schultz

"Here Comes Sunshine" Installation by artist Pip & Pop aka Tanya Schultz

"Here Comes Sunshine" Installation by artist Pip & Pop aka Tanya Schultz


Whilst I have continued to sketch daily, I spent my time getting this ready and haven't had a chance to prep my sketches yet.  I'll try to get caught up on posting my daily sketches on Friday.


6 comments:

Christine said...

I love the texture in your hearts. Interesting installation, thanks for sharing, love the cheerful spring colours.

Valerie-Jael said...

Those hearts are gorgeous, so textural. Looks like a great exhibition, love those colours, wow! Hugs, VALERIE

Jennifer Rose Phillip said...

that Installation is really cool looking and very pretty hearts :)

Lisa Isabella Russo said...

Thanks so very much Christine, Valerie, and Jennifer!

Magic Love Crow said...

Your hearts are so beautiful Lisa!
I love the art gallery installation! So beautiful!
Big Hugs!

Lisa Isabella Russo said...

Thank you most kindly Stacy!