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Four Oil Paintings Completed 12 x 24
il paintings drying
Needing painting boards one day, I walked into Home Depot in Cottonwood, Arizona. Perusing the wood section, I walked past 1/2 inch, 1/4, inch, and 1/8 inch sheets of oak and birch, which I have loved using in the past. I might be getting lazy since I looked at them, thought about the frame I would need to build around them for strength, and kept walking.
|Oil paintings drying|
Since switching from acrylics to oils, I researched how to prepare the boards for painting with oil. The easiest method I ran across was to paint a thin layer of oil paint and let it dry. Easy enough.
I enjoy the freedom of painting with a palette knife. So, I that's what I used with each of these abstract oil paintings. They are freestyle paintings, each one is unique.
Which one do you like best?
|Emerald City, 12 x 24 inches, Oil on MDF.|
|Desert Landscape, 12 x 24 inches, Oil on MDF|
|Fire Mountain, 12 x 24 inches, Oil on MDF|
|Emergence, 12 x 24 inches|
Oil on MDF
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About the Author, Artist Mary Rae Rush
|Mary Rae Rush (Mary Gravelle)|