Experimental painting


So I thought I would try and see how a decalcomania painting of mine would look on a wall….(this is not my room….its just a random wall art app). I think it looks alright in a larger size really.



This is the painting in a close up…..quite abstracty and minimalist I think.

19 thoughts on “Experimental painting

    1. Haha! Thanks for that – I don’t know about it being expensive, but its certainly got a cold wintery feeling about it. 🙂 (puts on arty farty voice) but of course, if someone wanted to pay the asking price of several hundred thousand for this fabulously unique piece of work, then I would shake hands on that for sure! 😀

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      1. Expose? As in sell them? Well, I would love to think people would actually pay for them, but somehow…..I’m not so sure. Although, having seen this one in a room, its worth thinking about because it looks pretty cool (sorry, ego burst there, ha!). Would you consider buying something like this?

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      2. Well thats very encouraging, thanks! A show would be a very exciting project for this year I think 😀 Have you ever had one, and if so, what did it feel like? And yes I know what you mean about the Ikea thing…but then..(and I’m going to sound like a real art snob here!) the general public don’t feel the same way we do about art, really. They want something pretty and cheap for their wall, which is fair enough. Each to their own. 🙂

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      3. It really is what it is but you never know who you’ll meet. I know some boogie people who buy unknown authors to avoid having what everyone has or just for fun. Either way your work has so much quality, I think because you have fun and live through it 🙂 I love it!

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    1. Thank you! Decalcomania is simply pressing paint between two surfaces and then peeling them apart. But the secrets lie in the actual surfaces used, the consistency of the paint, and the way you separate. This piece was simply over diluted acrylic paint on cardboard. Its quite simple but can turn out looking very good.

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