Why Create What I Create?

December 12, 2014

I have always loved sculptures and things that made me want to touch them.  When I first started painting I strictly created nonrepresentational art.  90% of  art is absract because it is a distorted version of something realistic.  In the beginning I looked for found objects to paint over to create the depth and texture I wanted.  I used everything from burlap, sand, glass, metal and objects out of burnt down houses.  I was painting with acrylic at the time and found it hard to get the colors to blend the way I wanted them to... they just dried too fast and dried flat.  That is why I changed to oil and continied to create nonrepresentational art.  My art started looking very botanical similar to flowers and forests.  This is how I came to paint flowers however abstract they may be.

 

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