Viscosity Pour Painting

Viscosity Pour Painting

Based on the “simultaneous color printing” devised by Stanley Hayter (1901-1988) in his etchings and lithographs, Hayter found that oil colors of different consistency not only did not blend, but they repelled each other.  I pour oil colors of different viscosities onto a flat panel, and by tilting and manipulating the flow, I can control and create the image.

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