Acrylic Ink Paintings

Untitled 2 - acrylic ink painting (2003) - Lesley Saine

Untitled 2 – acrylic ink painting (2003) – Lesley Saine

Untitled 1 - acrylic ink painting (2003) - Lesley Saine

Untitled 1 – acrylic ink painting (2003) – Lesley Saine

Untitled 3 - acrylic ink painting (2003) - Lesley Saine

Untitled 3 – acrylic ink painting (2003) – Lesley Saine

Untitled 4 - acrylic ink painting - Lesley Saine

Untitled 4 – acrylic ink painting – Lesley Saine

Untitled 5 - acrylic ink painting - Lesley Saine

Untitled 5 – acrylic ink painting (2003) – Lesley Saine

Untitled 6 - acrylic ink painting (2003) - Lesley Saine

Untitled 6 – acrylic ink painting (2003) – Lesley Saine

Untitled 7 - acrylic ink painting (2003) - Lesley Saine

Untitled 7 – acrylic ink painting (2003) – Lesley Saine

Untitled 8 - acrylic ink painting (2003) - Lesley Saine

Untitled 8 – acrylic ink painting (2003) – Lesley Saine

Untitled 9 - acrylic ink painting (2003) - Lesley Saine

Untitled 9 – acrylic ink painting (2003) – Lesley Saine

Untitled 10 - acrylic ink painting (2003) - Lesley Saine

Untitled 10 – acrylic ink painting (2003) – Lesley Saine

Untitled 11 - acrylic ink painting (2003) - Lesley Saine

Untitled 11 – acrylic ink painting – Lesley Saine

Untitled 12 - acrylic ink painting - Lesley Saine

Untitled 12 – acrylic ink painting – Lesley Saine

Untitled 13 - acrylic ink painting - Lesley Saine

Untitled 13 – acrylic ink painting – Lesley Saine

Untitled 14 - acrylic ink painting - Lesley Saine

Untitled 14 – acrylic ink painting – Lesley Saine

Untitled 15 - acrylic ink painting - Lesley Saine

Untitled 15 – acrylic ink painting – Lesley Saine

Untitled 16 - acrylic ink painting - Lesley Saine

Untitled 16 – acrylic ink painting – Lesley Saine

Untitled 17 - acrylic ink painting - Lesley Saine

Untitled 17 – acrylic ink painting – Lesley Saine

Untitled 18 - acrylic ink painting - Lesley Saine

Untitled 18 – acrylic ink painting – Lesley Saine

Untitled 20 - acrylic ink painting - Lesley Saine

Untitled 20 – acrylic ink painting – Lesley Saine

Untitled 21 - acrylic ink painting - Lesley Saine

Untitled 21 – acrylic ink painting – Lesley Saine

Unfinished 1 - acrylic ink painting - Lesley Saine

Unfinished 1 – acrylic ink painting – Lesley Saine

 

 

 

 

 

 

6 thoughts on “Acrylic Ink Paintings

      • That’s an interesting question. I did exhibit some of them once at a library a long time ago. A couple of paintings (not on my site) were made specially for people I knew in the past. I suppose I see putting my work out on this site as an extension of exhibiting it…a retrospective of my life’s work… without the physical effort. Though at some point, depending on my health, I might consider exhibiting it in the real world again. There is nothing quite like seeing work close up than compared to a digital image of it.

        I suppose that only partly answers your question. So far I’ve just done it for the love of it not for profit. Though I have always found it contradictory that the art world will accept most things as art except certain types of art. A blank canvas, a dot, a blob with an elaborately worded explanation for its existence finds a greater audience than an intricate piece of work that is deemed not the right sort of art.

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      • Yeah I know what you mean. That, I suppose, is because most art collectors and buyers, and a lot of people who rave about art, are just posers following the trend. That type of pretensiousness annoys me. I mean all art is valid, but art like yours is far more interesting and expressive than some of the trendy, most-modern stuff that avant-garde people rave about.
        Doing it for the love of it and not for profit, as you say, also makes everything seem ‘purer’ somehow. Pretty much anything I’ve ever made, I’ve given away for free too. Though at some point I probably should start thinking about profit and livelihood too… or else I’ll still be eating Weetabix for dinner for another ten years.

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