Abstract Artwork Collection

For commissions and to express interest in any of my original artwork please contact on:

hello@rachaelhope.co.uk

For a further description of the madness behind my method and the meaning behind my art check out my previous blog

Thank you for allowing me to share some of my art with you!

Bullet Journal / Notebook Designs

My RedBubble shop is now live.  If you wish to support me and the work I do here, please head over to my shop by clicking either of the notebook images below and make a purchase (if you can afford.)  You can choose either lined or graph paper.  They could be used as project notebooks or bullet journals!

Calling all bloggers, fashionistas and those with exceptional taste. What’s the point in SLAYING if no one else can clearly see that you’re SLAYING? Buy my designs and let the whole world know you came to SLAY! As well as this totally radical Spiral Notebook, this design is also available on the following: #Totebag #Mug #Stickers #GreetingsCard #QuirkyDesign #UniqueGifts #notebook #BulletJournal    For those of you that read my content, this isn't my usual shtick. What spare time I have, I dedicate to producing content that I hope so very much, will help other Bloggers to keep moving closer towards their dreams. Today I took a step towards mine. #notebook #uniquegift #blogger #BulletJournal #Creativity #Stationery #journal

Recent Creations

I created these A5 canvas boards using Jacquard Pinata alcohol inks, Tim Holtz Ranger alcohol blending solution and Dylusions Ranger By Dyan Reaveley Ink Spray.  I then worked back into the designs using my  vast collection of gel pens!  

Abstract and Colourful Art    Abstract Art with Alcohol inks

Check out this behind the scenes pic!  When the sun is shining I love to work on my creations in the garden.

An Evolution from Canvas to Print

Abstract Fine Art Print A3

Abstract Fine Art Print A3 Variant

These are technically A3 art prints … but cuz I’ve used 300gsm card stock I can work back into the designs post print!  This is way cool as I use a lot of metallic colours that don’t print well.  Now I can add them back in by hand … meaning each print will always be slightly unique and unique is awesome

 

Multimedia abstract canvasThe prints are pieced together from pictures taken of this multimedia Rachael Hope (that’s me yo) canvas.  For the original piece I used alcohol inks, super bright water-colour pencils, gel pens and metallic markers.