Sunday, July 7, 2013

Original Abstract Painting, 6x12x 1.25" "Metallic Movement"

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This reminds me of a slab of marble or granite with magnificent color running through it.  It is an example of paint pouring.  As with most things in life, it is much more difficult than it appears.

The brownish looking color is actually a metallic gold which brings incredible life to the piece when the light strikes it.

If you are interested in paint pouring, there are lots of videos on YouTube that explain some technique to help you get started.  From there, you develop you own style, much like painting with a brush.

Does this technique interest you?  Please leave your comments to help me guide future postings.

6 comments:

hmuxo said...

How the heck did you do this? LOL
this is an incredible piece!!! I love it and would love to see you do this!!! Wonderful work, Carol!!!

Cindy Williams said...

this technique is so wonderful, I have seen other artists do it but not sure how... Thank you for posting, this is lovely, so interesting!

Atul Pande said...

Absolutely beautiful. I KNOW how hard it is. I've tried it a few times and always ended up reaching for a brush or knife to rescue the piece!

Carol Schiff Studio said...

Hi Hilda and Cindy, Thanks for your comments. This is a "poured paint" artwork with metallic paint included. You can find lots of instruction videos on YouTube. I have to say, it is not easy for me.

Prens said...

great

Diana Marshall said...

Love this, it's stunning I will definitely look up how to do it.

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