TONALIST AND REPRESENTATIONAL FINE ART
oil on panel 12″x12″
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Thanks Margaret, and you are immensely kind. Sometimes when doing a poured painting, the best part ends up on my shoes. The excitement never ends.
hehe…..Sometimes my husband thinks that I am kind. So this is a poured acrylic painting, if so which brand? I am thinking of getting some Open Golden acrylics and give it a whirl. By the way I love hearing your stories and your humor….I hope to retain my humor till I drop and move onto Glory. 😉
Margaret, These poured paintings are oil. I explain in my blog, under “poured paintings” the process is based on the work of Stanley Hayter, 1901-1988, who devised a system for printing his color lithographs, finding that oil colors will repel other oil colors, if the viscosity is different. So I thin my paints with varying amounts of oil and solvent, pour and watch the magic happen.
I have never heard of poured oil paintings, now I have learned something new, totally cool. I will look up the artist, I bet that it is fun, I love the serendipity working with certain mediums that keeps you guessing to the very end.
I guess Pollack started it all with his dripped oils. Today I’ll return to “normal ” painting, Let’s see what6 happens.
Of course! Haha I never thought about the particular medium that he used just that he made some beautiful paintings. Oh my, that light bulb is tingling my scalp! Duh! I can’t wait to see more of your dripped oil paintings.
We really need to get through the fire, hopefully not!🙈
Your Work has Power!👏👏👏👏👌
Many Greetings Babsi
Thanks Babsi. To recharge the creative batteries, I occasionally do a poured painting. Thanks for your kind comments.
Maurice, this is brilliant; a major impact both visually and psychologically! All I can say is WOW! I love it. Once again, you retire and your creativity comes surging back! Bravo, Maurice Sapiro!!
Thanks Arris, It’s friends like you, that keep me going. Thanks for the encouragement and inspiration. !
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