Monday, April 11, 2016

New Painting: Beneath the Surface

Below the Surface, Acrylic on Canvas Floor Cloth,
24 x 36 inches, copyright 2016 Braylee Rush.
The green abstract fluid painting is now complete. It looks as if the earth has been cut down the center and you can see below the surface and into the nooks and crannies of dirt and plant roots.

This painting was an experiment with watered down acrylic paints that were poured on the surface and directed by lifting the canvas. This is a tedious process that requires days upon days to create as each layer needs to dry overnight before proceeding with the next.

Each one of these experiments go in their own direction. Each one is unique in color and style. They all seem to take an abstract look. See my previous article on my fluid painting process.

What do you think?

Early in process shot.

Early in the process.


Bottom detail.

Until Next Week

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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. Her art can be seen on her website.

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