Nov 2019 (Unframed) Textured Abstract Acrylic Painting. Use of Gallery Wrapped Cotton Canvas 16 x 20 x 1.5. (6 Layers) I like building my canvases with layers of paint. I have kept this canvas at a minimal with layering and concept. Use of palette knives have been used to blend the color patterns in this painting. The top layer has a blend of Gold, Silver, Ochre, and White. I have touches of Red, Gold, Black, and Teal lines on the canvas. I have left patches of colors underneath the top layer showing the Silver/White to give some depth. I have also added some small splashes to give the painting character. The center of the painting being the main focus has Gold, White, and Silver. There are 2 Vertical hangings on the backside and 2 Horizontal hangings on the backside. Felt pads on 4 corners to protect the wall. Golden Professional Archival Gloss Varnish Spray has been applied to protect the painting. Certificate of Authenticity included 1/1.
Lighting will be important for this painting or any other painting to bring out the brilliance of the colors. Overhead lighting/Spot Lighting/and/Indirect Lighting from a window are the best forms of lighting. If you do not have the proper lighting-this painting or any painting can look dull. Also, be aware of Wall/Paint colors with paintings. Some darker wall colors can make a painting look dull or not interesting. So, be aware when you purchase a painting and the placing of the painting. Always play around with lighting and wall colors for paintings.
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Professional Acrylics, Palette Knives on Gallery Wrapped Cotton Canvas. Golden Archival Gloss Varnish for protection of the painting.