Thursday, September 4, 2014

Sunflower #4

Sunflower #4, Acrylic on Watercolor Paper, 14.5"x7", $150
Day four of the 30 Paintings in 30 Days Challenge.  I'm still exploring ways to capture the beauty of the sunflowers in my garden.  In this painting, I used Julie Ford Oliver's fracturing technique.  I made good use of my squeegee and painting knives, creating a broken pattern of color all over before zeroing in on the flower itself.

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2 comments:

Julie Ford Oliver said...

You can imagine how delighted I was to find this on the thumbnail. It was glowing and I could not see it was fractured but could see wonderful colors, I also like the progression of the different techniques you have been exploring. The linear/calligraphy approach yesterday to the fractured today is so different in one way, but the mixing of the color in pattern is pretty similar. Good for you making this a stimulating challenge.
I will be back.

Anna Vreman said...

Thank you Julie.