Friday, 10 March 2017

Glace de Poivre

Glace de Poivre by Lisa Carney, 2016, Acrylic on Canvas, 12x32"

This minimalist painting was created in beautiful shades of blue, turquoise, white and green. It is part of a new series called "Abrasion", a series of small-scale paintings using scrape and scratch techniques with leftover paint. When I'm making larger paintings, I use small panels and canvases that I have laying around in my studio to scrape excess paint off my spatula. Eventually these small pieces turn out quite lush with texture and color.

I have signed, titled and dated the artwork on the back and have painted the sides black. This painting arrives wired and ready to hang. 

I use professional grade acrylics with high quality color pigments that have very good to excellent resistance to fading. All of my paintings are finished with two coats of satin varnish to enhances the intensity, transparency and luminosity of colors and to protect the artwork from UV rays and dust.

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