Original abstract art painting on paper- Wind I- hurricane storm ink art linear minimal black white modern abstract by Cristina Ripper
In days gone bye, this type of lamp was a great favourite and commonly used. It was often used indoors for lighting, and if one needed to go outdoors for any reason, then this was the one used. Even in the strongest of winds it very rarely blew out. It was not called a hurricane lamp for nothing. In this class you will learn: 1) How to paint curtains 2) How to paint a table cloth 3) How to paint the hurricane lamp 4) How to paint transparent glass 5) How to paint a box of matches 6) and…
I did a drawing about 8 months ago of a peacock feather dress on a hanger and never got around to drawing a girl wearing it so here we go! Peacock feathers are a lot harder to work with than you would think (they are real)
Or simply turn them off and light a candle instead. This handsome wall hurricane draws inspiration from the wall sconces of England. Made of antiqued brass and glass and finished with a decorative pediment at the top.