Eve Austin White

Category Archive: Process

Dye Skyscapes

Posted on December 23, 2017

I have been having a blast playing with dye and water color recently. I got the idea to explore this material from my cousin Vanessa, who makes epic fabrics and other wonderful creations. You can check out her work HERE.

If you like these images you can buy prints of them on my Society6 Page. 

Woods Walkers

Posted on November 29, 2017

I almost always plan out my artwork in photoshop before getting near a paintbrush. I find that it helps me work through a composition and color scheme more quickly and helps eliminate the chances of more time-consuming revisions later on.  Sometimes I like the photoshop collage enough to decide its a finished artwork. I will probably still try this one out as a painting to see what looks best.

Painting Edits

Posted on November 7, 2017

Experimenting with editing old paintings onphotoshop. Makes me realize how much my taste for different color palettes has changed.

Terre Living

Posted on October 31, 2017

I did this oil painting as a commission for a friend. I made a photoshop collage (below) incorporating one of his travel photographs of brightly-colored houses on cliffs in Italy. I created a border using crossword puzzles and sudoku. He asked me to remove the bones from the original painting. I am working on a new sketch of the original plan because I want to have another try at a more detailed border and experiment with including the bones this time.

Here is a detail of the painting –

Moon Party

Posted on May 12, 2013


Another centralized swarm painting. This started out as an abstract description of a night I had in Thailand. Taking geology class this semester has also been changing the way I understand the landscapes I interact with and has helped me to see everything as a component of some immense amazing system.


I found it hard to reach a conclusion with this painting. It started out as something that could be taken more literally as a details from an environment- waves and  moon, so I added yellow around the circle to flatten the image and make it harder to read.

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