Monday, November 17, 2008
This is acrylic paints/mediums,gels,and glazing, and more on a 16"x20"x.75" back stapled (sides painted) canvas.
There are many extrusions on top of one very heavy bodied
"yellow Ochre/Sienna/gold fluid interference mix"( as the base coat).
I love those fluid interferences by Golden...add them to anything to change, slightly alter, or completely re-charged whatever you are getting yourself into-"color speaking...of course."
I am still looking at it...I have three more getting going.
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On another note, My B-day was on NOV 11th-Yes, I share that with all our Veterans -And humbly so- as it is known as our "Veterans Day"-a day when all the men and women who gave their lives, courage, and hearts to keep us safer, is respectfully recognized on the level they deserve.
So, as I am coming out of my post b-day lull of quiet thoughts, pensive dreams, and the subtle interpretation of my latest images...I sense my next creative cycle is coming together...this time I am doing it with a bit of sketching, particularly over the last four days into this Monday.
"Textural Abstracts" needs the final few....Work to do.
Posted by colorspeaker at 3:57 PM
Labels: A painting a day, Golde, impasto, interference, textural Abstract series
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Julianne, belated Happy Birthday! I understand those birthday mussings...I hope your contemplations were positive ones.ReplyDelete
I really love this new painting, too. It reminds me a lot of quilting stitches...like on a crazy quilt. The extrusions you are doing are great fun, too. You are soon going to be doing bas relief on these canvases.
Really Great and Seriously Belated Happy Birthday!
Oh thanks -from both of you! I hate even putting up my B-day-but I really respect and like Veterans Day!ReplyDelete
Nice of you both to write, Be well!