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‘Blissful’ belongs to a body of work that was influenced by nature’s ability to create stunning patterns and colour variations. Using Acrylics in a fluid form allows me to recreate some of these unpredictable textures and shapes. Quite often the pouring results in beautiful backgrounds and whenever I can see an object or a scenery in the final pour I endeavour to bring out my vision to the viewer. This fluid pour was created with the flip cup method. With this method Acrylic paint is mixed with Floetrol and Dimethicone and water is added to make it fluid. All colours are added one by one into a cup or container. A canvas or surface is placed painting side down onto the cup and then quickly turned upside down without the paint escaping. The cup is lifted with a swift movement, allowing the paint to escape and flow across the canvas. A heat source is applied to bringing out the developing cells

This specific technique resulted in colours and shapes that reminded me of an under water scene. As Turtles are one of my favourite subjects, the poured background almost begged me to make it a home for a turtle diving blissfully into the deep ocean.

A signed Certificate of Authenticity will be attached to the back of the painting.

 

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Blissful – an Under Water Scene – SOLD

Marta Blaszak


Size: 29w x 39h x 2d cms
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Fluid Acrylic on Paper,

Framed with a white mat behind glass. Ready to hang

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Sold By: Marta Blaszak

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‘Blissful’ belongs to a body of work that was influenced by nature’s ability to create stunning patterns and colour variations. Using Acrylics in a fluid form allows me to recreate some of these unpredictable textures and shapes. Quite often the pouring results in beautiful backgrounds and whenever I can see an object or a scenery in the final pour I endeavour to bring out my vision to the viewer. This fluid pour was created with the flip cup method. With this method Acrylic paint is mixed with Floetrol and Dimethicone and water is added to make it fluid. All colours are added one by one into a cup or container. A canvas or surface is placed painting side down onto the cup and then quickly turned upside down without the paint escaping. The cup is lifted with a swift movement, allowing the paint to escape and flow across the canvas. A heat source is applied to bringing out the developing cells

This specific technique resulted in colours and shapes that reminded me of an under water scene. As Turtles are one of my favourite subjects, the poured background almost begged me to make it a home for a turtle diving blissfully into the deep ocean.

A signed Certificate of Authenticity will be attached to the back of the painting.

 

Copyright: ©mARTa. All rights reserved

 

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