Tuesday’s Texture #20 ~ Featuring Meihsia Liu

TT20 - Meihsia Liu

Welcome to the 20th installment of my Tuesday’s Texture blog series, where every Tuesday I share a piece of textured art that caught my eye somewhere in the Blogosphere.

This lovely creation comes from Meihsia Liu, who lives in Plano, Texas.  I love all the texture and crackle coming up from the base of her canvas, as well as the different textures she’s added on top. Be sure to visit Meihsia’s blog for the full details.

TT20A - Meihsia Liu

I hope you enjoy this weekly feature and that it may introduce you to artists who might not yet be on your radar.

To view the previously featured artists, click here: Tuesday’s Texture Blog Series or see all the Tuesday’s Texture artwork at a glance on my Tuesday’s Texture Pinterest Board.

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  1. Scrummy texture xox

  2. Meihsia is a wonderful artist. I enjoyed her site. Thanks for a great find.

  3. Rosann aka Rea' says:

    My goodness this is beautiful … the textures are gorgeous ; I see stencil work, embossing, and crackle; the color combo is stunning and the embellishments intriguing !

  4. Love the texture and that bright happy yellow! Gives such a nice glow!

  5. Meihsiu Liu’s work is always stunning, always so full of colour! Anne xx

  6. Another great texture piece, Marjie! I poked around a bit and this is not an “accidental”piece. Meihsha is consistent in her texture pieces! Very talented, indeed! Also got the video tour of her studio–quite impressive, as well!

  7. Meihsia always blows me away…this is no exception! Thanks for bringing it to our attention!

  8. Thank you for featuring my project, Marjie. 🙂

  9. Wow! This is amazing!!!!!

  10. Fabulous, love how she used the texture fade in the centre! Off to take a closer look!