Isabel is from my "The Elegant Woman" Series. The canvas is layered first with collage paper. I use an assortment of aged papers and ephemera over a gessoed canvas. All of this "underpainting" is then sealed with a layer of acrylics, typically those colors that will be in the palette I use to paint the subject.
The sides are a rich, deep olive green (color used in the painting). The back is gallery wrapped and signed and dated. I do not show my entire signature to protect both you and me.
The art is completed with several layers of semi-gloss varnish spray to protect from UV and other elements. One can never protect completely against the elements, so I recommend you do not hang near a window.
A lovely floater frame will give the artwork a wonderful look, but she shows well unframed also. It is your choice - I've added a photo of a white floater frame as an example - but the frame is not included. If you want to talk about options for frames, just contact me.
Please feel free to ask if you have any questions!
acrylic, charcoal, pencil, ephemera, varnish