“Fistful of Leaves” – Spray Paint on Canvas by Me….

Posted: October 3, 2014 in Art Work
Tags: , , , , , , , , , , ,

Fall is here for most.  The Holiday’s are not far away.

Taking custom painting requests and offering 50% off and FREE shipping anywhere in the world!

email me at:   reinaldoferrer@gmail.com

“Fistful of Leaves”

Spray Paint on Canvas by Me…  Enjoy

Ferrer - Leaves

  1. I love the subtle colours in this one. Beautiful.

  2. Love the atmosphere of it, reminds me of my little girl…It always amazes me how artists can be so precise with spray paint!

  3. Levon says:

    Very talented!

  4. It encapsulates the season – autumn.

  5. zikaolofin says:

    I love what you did with the shadows. That’s no mean feat. Well done

  6. O'meed Entezari says:

    Reblogged this on O'meed Entezari and commented:
    Definitely check out this artist’s work. All spray paint done immaculately.

  7. Kuro Suzuki says:

    This picture is amazing! Not only did you use (evil) cans of spray paint, but your lines are so clean and there isn’t any bleeding, plus your shadows and depth are AMAZING! And custom stencils…your passion for your work is limitless. Thank you for being an artist!

  8. Laura Droege says:

    I appreciate how you’ve taken the time to not only capture the basics and technical details of the child and leaves, but managed to capture the child’s mood as well. And in spray paint! Amazing. That takes talent but also perseverance in learning your craft.

  9. Very nice image, love the colors! Beautiful expression of this time of year.

  10. callum says:

    This is beautiful. I love it!

  11. mustaphabarki2014 says:

    Reblogged this on Engineer Marine Skipper.

  12. Aww! Beautiful! A sweet picture of a bobbin 🙂

  13. annetangi909 says:

    I enjoyed checking out your work on “Some Images”. I especially loved the dandelions. 🙂

  14. That’s marvelous! Emotions are tracked, colors are truly warm and remind autumn.

  15. calensariel says:

    That’s so stunning. Amazing what you can do!

  16. […] Ray Ferrer is a world renowned, American artist who is best known for his urban wall art.  He uses a craft knife to hand-cut his custom stencils (even his wall murals!) and Plutonium™ Paint to create gorgeous pieces of art. […]

  17. nameccap says:

    This is very beautiful, especially knowing you used spray paint. I am a fan

  18. bjsscribbles says:

    The picture is beautiful

  19. This Picture is awesome, I just pinned it!

  20. To do an image like that with spray paint is mind boggling. I am amazed. I have used spray paint a few times and could not even write my own name without out it looking like a sloppy, dripping mess. Your control and the way you command those spray paint cans is absolutely incredible. Fantastic job!!!

  21. V@I$HN@VI R@Y says:

    Trust me, you are doing an amazing job !!
    Your blog is mind blowinggggg 🙂

  22. melirose3 says:

    this is beautiful

  23. Martta Karol says:

    I’ve been spending some time enjoying looking at your work. Love the dramatic contrasts and the way you use black on color to portray the images. Great stuff! I’ll be checking back for sure.

  24. Awesome work. One would think this was a photograph, altered in colors.

  25. shawntai says:

    Reblogged this on Shawntai's spiral notebook and commented:

  26. This is amazing. I wish I could watch when you’re painting; I’m sure its absolutely fascinating.

  27. You are so talented. It’s insane. Love your art.

  28. ccchanel41 says:

    Mad talent..I have seen your work before. Exceptional. Following, and so glad you found me, so that I can enjoy you and your art. Much respect. -alex

  29. alixtate says:

    Mad skill Ray, keep on keeping on, Artists are the people who always push the limits, expanding the box we live in. They make us sense the power of our imagination and creativity. Ultimately, I want to say, you inspire me, and you inspire everyone, thank you.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s