Alizarin Yuck 2, acrylic on 11″ x 14″ canvas, October 22, 2012
There it is, the finished painting. Here are the last few in-progress shots I hadn’t posted until now:
Added some black over the alizarin yuck. More than I intended to…
And the promised square!
It’s pretty much just an exploration into washes, drips, and palette knifed on paint. But it was fun! 🙂
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The square found it’s home! Nice one Charlie …no “yuck” though!
It’s still there — just as kind of a “drop shadow” for the black… I got a little carried away with the black paint. My palette knife does that to me. 🙂
They do tend to have a will of their own don’t they! Sometimes I wonder whether it’s me painting or the mediums! [I can hear my brushes giggling while I’m writing this!]
Ha ha! 😀 Yeah!
I’m really liking these textured squares.
I seem to be exploring squares and textures at the same time. I have a few ideas for even more textured paintings…
I have to say, Zorgor, that you really have a clear style and method with your paintings. There is nothing yucky about this piece, in fact it’s one of my new favorites! Those perfectly formed gold circles and dots make this piece pop! It almost looks like it’s been studded with metal. It’s beautiful, and you did such a nice job with it. Excellent work! 🙂
Thank you so much! Yes, nothing yucky anymore. 🙂 All I can say is that shade looked really awful on the palette… I’m glad you like the gold dots. After they were on, I was thinking it looked better before them. You can thank gravity for the gold dots being perfectly formed. 🙂 I’m glad you like this one!
I don’t know why…but all i could think of when seeing this painting was chocolate…maybe it’s the warm gold dots…and how the added black actually makes it look like a very dark and rich chocolate…
Yes, I can see that. Thanks! Hmm, yes you’re right the black and gold do add to the chocolatey feel of it. Like fancy chocolates… 🙂
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