Showing posts with label abstract portrait. Show all posts
Showing posts with label abstract portrait. Show all posts

Friday, February 17, 2017

Dependence

This painting was started by using a messy background that was accomplished using inks, acrylics, heavy body gel medium and stencils for texture. You can see the texture of the gel medium being utilized in the fish and some raised letters and symbols hidden in the background. I used some drywall tape and randomly smooshed some medium into the holes and it worked to give me some texture and direction in the painting, I like this method of intuitive painting because it does not force the work, it just allows it to develop naturally.
When I was working on this I had to make a few adjustments as I went. The biggest challenge was connecting the human and fish form This is where I added the tongue with the fishing line - problem solved. For added interest you can also find some charcoal pencil mark making and a fun foam fish stamp that I pulled from my collection.
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Monday, January 23, 2017

Morphed, original modern abstract fine art painting, signed 18*24in

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I am very excited to bring you this latest work named "Morphed" that is currently listed on ebay for purchase. This painting is a representation of the ying and yang of humanity and how even though we see the world through the same eyes, our perspective is completely unique. I hope you enjoy.
18 * 24 inch
acrylic on stretched canvas

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