UNCHARTED - Acrylic Mix Media

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UNCHARTED - Acrylic Mix Media

2,400.00

UNCHARTED a first in more multidimensional layered paintings. This canvas came to me by a friend who was abandoning her short lived stint as a painter for a more fitting healing arts career. She dropped off several canvasses she had started painting and never finished. The size of this one spoke to me loudly and I had to pick it up right away and work on this one. Though I changed her work entirely, I held onto her lines, which flow very similar to my lines... and I painted over with new colors and hated it, so I set it aside waiting for inspiration. I went back weeks later and changed the colors, and hated it some more, so aside it went. I have all these materials that I collect that look like they have so much potential so I lay them on this sorry canvas to see if that will improve what I am doing and it looks worse. I am seriously hating this painting with reds blues and greens. I would look at it with much disappointment, thinking this will never be. On the side it sits along with a collection of other canvasses in various states of progress. One day I decided I was going to at least salvage the canvas and paint over the whole thing anew. I can't let go of the flow of the lines though, so I paint the whole thing green leaving the rolling hills alone, add my strings of cells and I keep looking at the vat of clay paper I had just made for a friend who asked for some for a project. And couldn't resist it telling me to go ahead and use it to finish this painting. I was just fishing, no idea what the outcome was going to be with this bold gesture, if it didn't work the canvas would be done, you can't undo this move, no take backs... I applied the clay where it meant to go and walked away. A week later I went back to my studio only to realize I loved what I had done and know that I was finally done with this piece. fully recycled, 

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