Flow
Flow

"Flow" Acrylic on Canvas 21.5"x16" ©2009 by Kristen Pobatschnig - Paint by Night.

Floating Jelly
Floating Jelly

"Floating Jelly" Acrylic on Acrylic Glass 12" x 36" ©2012 by Kristen Pobatschnig - Paint by Night.

School
School

"School" Acrylic on Canvas 44" x 22". ©2012 by Kristen Pobatschnig - Paint by Night.

Two Jellies
Two Jellies

"Two Jellies" Acrylic on Canvas 18"x24" ©2008 by Kristen Pobatschnig - Paint by Night.

Mapping our Existence Through the Turtle /  Painted Turtle
Mapping our Existence Through the Turtle / Painted Turtle

"Mapping our Existence Through the Turtle / Painted Turtle"
Acrylic on Canvas 24” x 18”  This piece reflects on the ancient species of the Turtle. The turtle connects us to prehistoric times, and has afforded us insights and information to those times. Realism is laid atop abstract surrealism to depict the contrast of our current reality with one from another time, which we may never fully understand. This here is the Eastern Painted Turtle. ©2012 by Kristen Pobatschnig - Paint by Night.

Loon II
Loon II

"Loon II" Acrylic on Canvas 16" x 12". In Loon I & Loon II, the loons are kept realistic and the only abstraction here is the background. The contrast of the red eyes against the black and white feathers intrigued me enough that I decided not to meddle with such perfection. I was delighted to replicate the intricacy of the feather patterns on the wings alongside the fine, smooth texture of the head. Distorting the background felt appropriate to put their serene beauty into perspective. ©2012 by Kristen Pobatschnig - Paint by Night.

Loon I
Loon I

"Loon I" Acrylic on Canvas 16" x 12". In Loon I & Loon II, the loons are kept realistic and the only abstraction here is the background. The contrast of the red eyes against the black and white feathers intrigued me enough that I decided not to meddle with such perfection. I was delighted to replicate the intricacy of the feather patterns on the wings alongside the fine, smooth texture of the head. Distorting the background felt appropriate to put their serene beauty into perspective. ©2012 by Kristen Pobatschnig - Paint by Night.

Waves
Waves

11" x 14" Watercolor on Paper - This piece was originally meant to go upside-down; I think it could go either way.
 

After The Fall
After The Fall

After the Fall - Acrylic on Paper 4" x 6" 2014

Flow
Floating Jelly
School
Two Jellies
Mapping our Existence Through the Turtle /  Painted Turtle
Loon II
Loon I
Waves
After The Fall
Flow

"Flow" Acrylic on Canvas 21.5"x16" ©2009 by Kristen Pobatschnig - Paint by Night.

Floating Jelly

"Floating Jelly" Acrylic on Acrylic Glass 12" x 36" ©2012 by Kristen Pobatschnig - Paint by Night.

School

"School" Acrylic on Canvas 44" x 22". ©2012 by Kristen Pobatschnig - Paint by Night.

Two Jellies

"Two Jellies" Acrylic on Canvas 18"x24" ©2008 by Kristen Pobatschnig - Paint by Night.

Mapping our Existence Through the Turtle / Painted Turtle

"Mapping our Existence Through the Turtle / Painted Turtle"
Acrylic on Canvas 24” x 18”  This piece reflects on the ancient species of the Turtle. The turtle connects us to prehistoric times, and has afforded us insights and information to those times. Realism is laid atop abstract surrealism to depict the contrast of our current reality with one from another time, which we may never fully understand. This here is the Eastern Painted Turtle. ©2012 by Kristen Pobatschnig - Paint by Night.

Loon II

"Loon II" Acrylic on Canvas 16" x 12". In Loon I & Loon II, the loons are kept realistic and the only abstraction here is the background. The contrast of the red eyes against the black and white feathers intrigued me enough that I decided not to meddle with such perfection. I was delighted to replicate the intricacy of the feather patterns on the wings alongside the fine, smooth texture of the head. Distorting the background felt appropriate to put their serene beauty into perspective. ©2012 by Kristen Pobatschnig - Paint by Night.

Loon I

"Loon I" Acrylic on Canvas 16" x 12". In Loon I & Loon II, the loons are kept realistic and the only abstraction here is the background. The contrast of the red eyes against the black and white feathers intrigued me enough that I decided not to meddle with such perfection. I was delighted to replicate the intricacy of the feather patterns on the wings alongside the fine, smooth texture of the head. Distorting the background felt appropriate to put their serene beauty into perspective. ©2012 by Kristen Pobatschnig - Paint by Night.

Waves

11" x 14" Watercolor on Paper - This piece was originally meant to go upside-down; I think it could go either way.
 

After The Fall

After the Fall - Acrylic on Paper 4" x 6" 2014

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