|First in process after a fews days|
of pouring and then overnight drying.
This one is looking like "Waters of Birth". We'll see how it shapes up. Below are in-process photos of this experimental painting.
I love experimenting with watered down acrylic paints. For this one, the canvas was laid on the table. I poured the liquid paint on it and let it sit overnight and repeated for several days until it felt ready to be placed on an easel to paint.
What do you think?
|In Process painting is now ready for the easel.|
|Paints and brushes at the table with the painting on easel.|
|This is where it is right now after yesterday's|
painting session. It is beginning to shape up.
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|Mary Gravelle (Mary Rae Rush)|
About the author: Mary Rae Rush (Mary Gravelle) is an artist and writer who resides in Sedona, Arizona with her beloved assistant, Sir Kitty.