Finished two abstract monster paintings today, on the patio, while the weather was still so nice.
There is a third in early stages, sitting on the easel as part of a Work in Progress display at my art show at Nielsen Design Studios* and perhaps I'll finish that one when the show's over.
Both of these, (and the undone 3rd), are acrylic palette knife paintings on canvas, 16 x 20 inches. I enjoyed painting them for the looseness and color, and think that, (even with their dark backgrounds), the bright colors and fun nature of them would brighten up a spot on the wall.
Viewed up close, the palette knife paintings I do have many layers of colors, and it's fun to just look at an area and see how they interact. There is just a touch of interference color in these, which is not really appreciable in a photo. Interference colors kind of "flash" a bit of a hue as the light changes. The effect is subtle; the interference paints do not display strong color, but they can make for interesting effects depending on what's under or around them.
Click on the link-titles to see them larger on my Red Bubble site.
*NDS is at 8801 N. Central, Phoenix, AZ. Details in my Red Bubble journals about current shows.
As always, (and I get just as tired of saying this as you get of reading it), all of my work is © Cindy Schnackel, and I reserve all rights. Do not pin my stuff to Pinterest. Thanks.