Thursday, October 30, 2008
I pulled out a canvas from 2006-one that already had loads of paint, one that- other than thick and interesting with texture, was just waiting for the right "new idea."
Here it is.
I did not even use Gesso-as I laid a heavy layer of white, a little black, silver, blue interference
(Golden's Fluid acrylics),
and some iridescent pearl (also Golden). Without even mixing much, I just used my wide brush loaded with the paint and laid a thick layer-Then made texture with with the deep mix, while leaving some black to paint "wet on wet" the few (now gray) lines before stopping to let it dry and take time to observe it...
Next came Crimson half thrown onto the piece-and droplets of fluid iridescent gold and coarse silver straight from the bottle...
Finished with UV protective gloss varnish. Canvas is 22"x28" .75" depth.
COA from EBsq.
$300 (includes shipping in US)
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Posted by colorspeaker at 9:18 PM
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I love the colors and the feeling of depth. Nice workReplyDelete