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Brooklyn-based painter Iris Scott (previously) eschews brushes and palette knives in favor of using the most traditional art tools of all time: her fingers. Her color-saturated canvases of thick oil paint capture shaking wet dogs, dreamy urban cityscapes, and serene outdoor scenes. "There’s nothing

Iris Scott is an oil finger painting artist based in New York City, Brooklyn. Iris makes her color-saturated canvases burst with movement using a form of textural Impressionism all her own, a

Vibrant Oil Finger Paintings by Iris Scott

Vibrant Oil Finger Paintings by Iris Scott. I think these pieces all share a sunshiny surface that's cleverly created with color and texture. The frame gives direction and mystery and keeps the eye engaged in the sunshine surface of these paintings.

✯ Water Lilies

The secret is not to "think" about thoughts, but to allow them to flow through the mind, while keeping your mind free from after thoughts.

A trip to the local Monarch Butterfly Preserve is an annual field trip for our kinders. After they returned, a butterfly art lesson reinforced all they learned about these beautiful creatures. I posted pictures of Monarchs (and a few other colorful varieties) on the white board and spoke to the children about butterfly body parts. …

Painting this today! Mylee wanted to paint a butterfly and this is what I found. I'll probably just use black marker instead of pastels (Horses instead of butterflies!