About my work:
I painted the canvas white
Then I made a thin black line with watery black. It dropped from above to down. Then I sided the canvas. The paint went down, making drops. With a water spray I sprayed. The lines went thin.
Above I rolled white, little blue and ocher and sand.
I turned the canvas upside down. The black went also in thin lines, the other side. However due to the sand, it diffuses as trees.
What looks like coincidence is practice to make a landscape without using any brush and using g-force to make a wintery landscape. Knowing when to stop, and holding back and letting go. It is interesting to see the bigger picture, when to stop and have a landscape.
Little is needed to make a landscape. And in your mind, you do the rest.
The canvas is stretched on a 3D wooden frame and artwork is ready to hang. Framing is not required. This artwork was created using acrylic paint and sand on stretched canvas. A thin layer of varnish protects the artwork against UV light and dust.
Black and White
Acrylic, canvas, sand