When the palette became the painting today.
Visited an old painting of mine today, my interpretation of the original logo of the UBC Health Sciences Centre Hospital in Vancouver and painted in my basement in 1987. The Hospital is now part of Vancouver Coastal Health but happy to see the painting looks as fresh today as the day it was finished.
Layered I 20.9.17
In response to this week’s Photo Challenge: Layered in which Ben asked us to “explore the interplay of texture and depth” and share “a layered image of your own,” it was out to the studio and a serendipitous exploration of the merging of layers of acrylic colours, the results of which couldn’t have been more pleasing. I hope you agree.
Layered II 20.9.17
Take a look at another “Over my shoulder” video to see how Layered I was created
Over my shoulder VIII: Layered
If you would like to see more over my shoulder videos here are the links: over my shoulder I, over my shoulder II, over my shoulder III, over my shoulder IV and V: Life Imitates Art, over my shoulder VI: making marks, over my shoulder VII: Here and Now
For this week’s Photo Challenge from The Daily Post one of my happiest corners this past week was the corner of my work table in the studio where the real artist in the family, in less than an hour, gave me a lesson in impressionism, abstract expressionism and action painting.
Oh, what joy!