Wet paint

traces_tenTen minute painting, acrylics on canvas, 2013

Finally! I wanted to use my collected craft stuff for quite a while but never got a chance because of different reasons. Originally, the plan for today was cleaning the bathroom floor, among lots of other things. But the new heater is still leaking and has to be fixed which will leave more dirt. Why clean twice?

So I got out my collection of canvases and acrylics and started to decimate them. I completed the backgrounds for seven new paintings and painted over two old ones which I didn’t like anymore. Now I’m waiting for them to dry which in two cases may take a couple of days due to excessive use of texture gels. Only two more canvases left, but I haven’t yet decided what to do with them. Or to them. 😉

Above is an older painting I have already published on traces of art.

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7 thoughts on “Wet paint

  1. I love the way you describe your process as ‘decimating’ your canvases. Nothing precious about what you do, then! I like this older painting very much, I hope there’ll be more of a similar nature to enjoy.

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