A beautiful acrylic abstract artwork by Stephanie Konu featuring a sun over water
I wanted to show that there is a desire and ultimate necessity in being heard. The existence of an echo confirms that you have been heard, even if you had the only ears around.
Title: Rock Slide, 2019. Stephanie Konu My latest work is so difficult to describe. To me: it is an abstract scene of a green field sloping upward against a backdrop… Read more Textured acrylic in abstract portrait style →
My latest 10 x 10 inch// 25 x 25 cm acrylic on canvas continues my study of singular-focused images against black negative space. This piece features a heavily textured triangle shape that is entirely golden. Gold light I took photos of in the light, and so the shine of the black acrylic paint allows the viewer to also see raised texture floating in the blackness. Here (below) is a shot with the brightness turned down, and the contrast brought up to maximum. The painting has a much sexier look with… Read more Gold acrylic triangle with black →
My latest work is a small 12 x 7 inch acrylic on canvas featuring pink and gold. The white cloud border was applied as an overlay for the background after… Read more Cotton Candy Pink and Gold →
Latest Scratch Work: Herald Angel 2018- Acrylic on wood panel by Stephanie Konu This abstract 10 x 10 inch wood panel is a wild ride of eclectic technique, unusual colour, contrast, and a psychedelic trip into the imagination. I named it Herald Angel because the golden field that sits in the north-west corner represents an angel’s visit. Darkness swirls below. Iridescent green floats away into the atmosphere. Its existence is alien and benevolent. I love how the heavy iridescent green floats over the complex blue background. The swirling blue… Read more Abstract Acrylic on Wood in gold, blue, and iridescent green →
My latest work has two parts. I spent twice the usual amount of time to paint these two pieces at the same time. My goal here was to use the same colour scheme to carry across two landscapes. In the end, I created “Terror Beach” (right) and “Call out to the Universe” (left). When set side by side, the sweeping brush strokes seem to begin in the lower right hand corner and fly out to the left. The dripping violet that emerges from the conical horizon in “Terror Beach” creates… Read more Companion Dark and Light Blue Acrylic Abstract Art on Canvas →