Friday, May 23, 2008
More acrylic interference paints(Golden's Fluid interference acrylics) mixed with primary acrylics. This is on heavy 18"x24" paper with a UV protective gloss varnish. It also has a half inch white border around the entire piece. It is signed ,dated, and titled on the back of the piece.
Thursday, May 22, 2008
Acrylic interference paints(Golden's Fluid) mixed with primary acrylic paints, which together created all sorts of tones and colors that I have (and am very inspired by) been experimenting with lately. This is on gallery wrapped, back-stapled canvas, finished with a UV protective gloss varnish. It is signed ,dated, and titled on the back of the piece. It is 16"x20" with 7/8" depth. It may not give its actual depth, or really show the lighter reflective tones on certain monitors. It can look quite a bit darker than it already is. But it the foundation is dark, which is new for me. I usually work lighter and build upon layers. Just trying new things....COA from Ebsq.
Sunday, May 11, 2008
Wednesday, May 07, 2008
Somehow, I did not upload this painting which is part of the series I have mentioned in my blog. Probably just as well, as I kept adding a little bit there, and as little more here.
Anyway, chronologically this is the fourth in the series.
Sticking true to the conceptual style, it is acrylics on 18"x24" heavy paper, with a half inch white border around the entire piece. Finished with two coats of a UV protective gloss varnish. COA from EBSQ.
Each painting has its own unique version, but the tones -warm, rustic, earthy, as well as both linear and soft imagery are the ties that bind these pieces securely together , as well as an emotional component which began the process of "the series" to begin with. Perhaps more on that later....
But for now, I have another painting in my studio, in need of attention.
Any one moved to comment or ask a question, feel free.
Monday, May 05, 2008
This is the fifth piece in a series of paintings, which are not "exact" in their likeness, but similar stylistically and in an emotionally conceptual collective, and it doesn't hurt that they have been well received and selling! Acrylic paint and mediums on 18"x24" heavy paper, with a half inch white border around entire painting. Then finished with a UV protective gloss varnish (two coats).Shimmering, rustic,and warm colors- and both linear and soft imagery in this layered abstract vision.