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Most artists are very serious about their artwork, but occasionally, just occasionally, a little artistic licence can be taken with a work. Here, after painting this glorious Alpha Romeo, I just had to add in a couple of angelic heralds, serenading
the wonderful sight and sound of this truly fantastic car.
Take a different approach to both the delivery and form of your work and give it a totally new look, such as I have painted here, using acrylic paint on paper, to produce a “floral” painting, but one that is vibrant and very visual.
This is a more or less accidental piece that I started on by flicking diluted masking fluid randomly onto a page onto a page. Next, I painted in the background (leaving the masking fluid intact) with washes of bright washes of acrylic paints, to which I then added copious handfuls of salt. When the background was fully dry, I rubbed off the masking fluid with the tips of my fingers, to see what was below.
I saw that the splashes of masking fluid has left daisy like patterns all over the page, so I simply filled in the centres with an
A View of Daisies
appropriate yellow, plus some cadmium orange and voila…..”A View of Daisies”