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Bush Walk With Mushrooms was one of the few abstract piece I have ever painted and was generally happy with the experiment.

I usually find it difficult to abstract. My method was to trick myself is constantly rotating the artwork before any figure could form, keeping it rather non-figurative but imaginative. Using palette knife to create gestures suggesting vegetation, rocks or water, stokes to suggest the direction of growth and movement of energy in nature.

This abstract landscape process started in summer so I had a beach and sand colour palette on my mind, but later in the year I altered the colour-scheme adding the bright oranges  and earthy tones of autumn and some ultramarine contrast.

This is also the time when it is the best to pick mushrooms, so I captured this late summer walk in the wet bushes after the rain, when all the colours are saturated in the afternoon sunlight.

I used treated pine to make the frame for Devine. The timber for the frame is pretty dear so the dimensions I chose were the most efficient for the amount of wood I had  80 cm W x 120 cm H. Along with the higher quality timber frame, I also used high quality Belgian heavy-weight linen. To me, all my pieces are priceless and after spending so much time creating them, I want them to last a long time too.

Bush Walk With Mushrooms

Karolina Venter

AUD$1,200
Size: 120w x 80h x 6d cms
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Additional Information

Bush Walk With Mushrooms was one of the few abstract piece I have ever painted and was generally happy with the experiment.

I usually find it difficult to abstract. My method was to trick myself is constantly rotating the artwork before any figure could form, keeping it rather non-figurative but imaginative. Using palette knife to create gestures suggesting vegetation, rocks or water, stokes to suggest the direction of growth and movement of energy in nature.

This abstract landscape process started in summer so I had a beach and sand colour palette on my mind, but later in the year I altered the colour-scheme adding the bright oranges  and earthy tones of autumn and some ultramarine contrast.

This is also the time when it is the best to pick mushrooms, so I captured this late summer walk in the wet bushes after the rain, when all the colours are saturated in the afternoon sunlight.

I used treated pine to make the frame for Devine. The timber for the frame is pretty dear so the dimensions I chose were the most efficient for the amount of wood I had  80 cm W x 120 cm H. Along with the higher quality timber frame, I also used high quality Belgian heavy-weight linen. To me, all my pieces are priceless and after spending so much time creating them, I want them to last a long time too.

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