It creates a relaxed, cheerful, confident, buy-me-now kind of mood.
They’re not paintings of anything specific. They are place holders, and more.
The viewer can bring to the painting whatever he likes.
|I suggest using two to three colors, plus white, to keep the painting's palette simple.|
|Squeeze a generous amount of paint onto the canvas, putting each color in a few different places. .|
|Cover the canvas with sheets of transparent wrap. Use your gloved hands to move the paint|
around, blending them in some places and keeping them pure in other spots.
|This is how the purple and grey painting looks finished, framed and hung. |
When I removed the Saran wrap, I used wads of it to smooth out the paint,
cover all the canvas, and blend some areas by dabbing.
|Covered with Saran, the painting looked like this. I could see that I wanted to make the |
blending more subtle, so that's when the Saran came off and the dabbing began.
I think you will be surprised how some large abstract paintings will give your rooms a much more modern look. They are powerful in their ability to transform the feel of a room. Try it.
Once you frame and hang your dreamy abstracts, no one would ever guess that they are simple, homemade art projects rather than the work of some talented artist. Unless you choose to brag about it.