Abstract Painting Process-Part 5
I want to emphasize that this painting is painted wet into wet and none of the paint is allowed to dry. It is NOT painted in multiple layers.
I begin by filling in the entire canvas with color. Now I can more accurately judge my values with the bright white area covered. I continue to work the edges between shapes for seamless transitions. I warm and brighten the center of interest area on the right. I continue to adjust shapes, values and colors until I come to a stopping point where I know that I need to take time to analyze what I have done and make final corrections. In the final video, Part 6, I will make those corrections and complete the painting with my signature - stay tuned!
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November 10-11 Art of the Carolinas, Raleigh, NC. For more information and registration Click Here.
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January 25-27, 2019 Daytona Art League, Daytona Beach, FL. SOLD OUT
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March 5-8 Cultural Arts Alliance, Santa Rosa Beach, FL. For information and registration contact Bonnie Loman. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
March 27-29, 2019 Amarillo Art Institute, Amarillo, TX. For information and registration contact Rachel Flores, Email: email@example.com.
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