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23/01/2009

2 NEW ABSTRACTS

ABSTRACT 09/9 (2009)
acrylic on plasticised paper
23cm x 15cm
ABSTRACT 09/8 (2009)
acrylic on plasticised paper
21cm x 15cm

Experiments out of necessity -I had red and green acrylic to hand - no others - didn't want to wake my daughter up getting any other colours late last Sunday.

Like to hear what you think as always. More work being posted at some point this weekend.

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17 comments:

  1. I like these! They ae vibrant and have a very nice energy
    Linda

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  2. I like these too but I wish my monitor would let me feel and see the texture, especially of the second one which says 'fire and ice' to me!

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  3. me encanta su trabajo !
    saludos cordiales desde Chile

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  4. hi,
    I'm a Malaysian working in Bury, Lancashire. Just getting back to making some paintings together with my children. http://papan9.blogspot.com/

    I'm like to get to know more artist and painters in UK and all about art here. Cool stuff in your blog.

    cheers
    FADZ
    http://www.jalakmas.blogspot.com/
    http://papan9.blogspot.com/

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  5. The top one gave ma a very rare "Woah!" reaction. I love it, I love the energy and the feel of it... It was simply love at first sight.

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  6. Well thankyou all for your brilliant comments - I am very fond of these - they were very spontaneous - the top one however took some working to get right while the acrylic was drying under my kitchen lights. Glad you like them !

    Steve

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  7. Hi Steve,

    I really like the effect of these, the top one especially almost looks like a photograph. Very nice).

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  8. Selchie - thanks very much - I,m beginning to get the hang of things ! - hope things ok with you

    Steve

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  9. Thanks Steve,
    Actually, I just want to do art project together with my boys. I never thought that this is a unique concept.

    You are obviously more experienced in the art world and must know better of what is interesting or what's not.

    I'm excited that you've never come across similar concept before. This could mean that my art project may be truly original.

    Sure thing, I'd put your link on this site. I really hope that you could support us because now my boys are more excited!

    Thank you very much.
    FADZ
    http://papan9.blogspot.com/
    http://www.jalakmas.blogspot.com/

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  10. Sasha - thanks for that.

    Fadz - hope other people stop by your site - it's really cool - thanks for the link on yours - you are now on my blog roll

    cheers

    Steve

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  11. Just found your art and its good, love the portraits there is lots of things to see in them.
    Could l put your blog link on my website, let me know,
    Another Brit, Jill

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  12. I could never do well with Thalo green. You've caught my eye with the 1st one. I'd love to see how you work. A video? I'm curious to see how you make your marks.

    -Thanks for stopping by......smile.

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  13. Top one ROCKS! Great color, great movement, you show good control with the main background pattern but have a fun and slightly frenetic time with the scribbles.

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  14. Have had to come and look at the abstracts again, the top is fantastic as it lookes like a photo its so clear, how did you get it like this.
    The bottom l like with the two colors as well.

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  15. Hi. I've notice that you were a follower of my blog fabulastic. just to inform you that I've close it and move to http://queerpitcher.blogspot.com/

    Hope you enjoy this one as well!
    thank you for your visits and support.

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  16. Jill - more than happy if you want to put a link - if you do let me know - I'll do the same.

    Anna (and Jill) - haven't mastered video - the key to these pieces is acrylic spread directly on to the smooth plasticy surface with a palette knife ( like butter on toast) and then use the knife to push the paint around revealing the surface below. I've got some coloured plastic sheets to experiment with in the near future

    Sheila - well thanks - lot's of good feedback all round!

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