This particular piece of drip art is built up of layers. Amongst the multitude of processes and techniques that are needed to create this style of painting you also need patience and timing. Too eager and it all runs together, too late and it loses the edginess of the moment. Of course it’s all dependent on what you want to achieve but for this painting I wanted to get just the right blend between spontaneity and control.
The central blue layer is key; as it’s a deep tone it helps to bring the blue base colour through the lighter colours layered on top of it. This gives the illusion of depth. The deep blue is also applied in a much thicker consistency than the others; something you can see clearly on the close up photos below.
New waves of Change is sold. This original piece of blue abstract art was painted in my secret-formula enamels onto a three-times-primed 12oz Belgian canvas then hand stretched by me around a kiln-dried, seasoned hardwood timber frame and stapled, by hand, on the reverse so the painting goes all the way around the edges.
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