Discussion in 'Tilted Art, Photography, Music & Literature' started by RedSneaker, Nov 8, 2013.
Just a few, as promised.
Beautiful stuff, Ms. Sneaker. I'm jealous of your windows.
Cool, thanks for sharing.
What material is that in the windows?
Unprimed canvas painted with watered down acrylics from Dick Blick. I think they look perfect in the window.
I think they are very fitting in those types of windows, it is a cool and unique look.
That green one looks like it was really fun to do. I had no idea how cool that type of paint application could look until I saw "Pollock" by Ed Harris a few days ago. There were paintings in that movie must be 20 feet long or more that looked extraordinary. Have you done more, larger scale work like your green piece with the brush work and the overlay of liquid paint?
Thank you for sharing! I don't know much at all about technique, but pretty things make me happy.
Beautiful work, RedSneaker! Thank you for sharing that part of you.
I especially appreciate the added dimension, how you worked with diffusion of light, and as @Borla said, perfect for those windows. (I think we all know your favorite color now! )
One more; painted exclusively with palette knives.
Ok last one; oldie but goodie
Pear of Legs
I love that movie. And Pollock's work. The only large scale I've done in similar fashion is this:
Awesome on so many levels!! (Love love loves puns)
I love those pear legs!
very nice and very colourful
thanks for showing us
and don't be shy to showing us more either eh.
You have a very bold and colorful style! Thanks for sharing your work and please show more soon!
Nice! Please remember us when you become a world renown artist.
wow this thread is lovely. thanks a bunch for sharing.
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