Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Red Roses Bouquet

11x7.5 acrylics painted yesterday while in Bob Burridge's class, an exercise in negative painting.  Using a gessoed support of watercolor paper that had random color marks all over it from leftover paint, the vase was painted around then imaginary blooms and the table.  Flower areas began with a red rose shape upper left as point of interest, larger and brighter.  Parts of the original paper show through if you look closely at the vase and the bouquet itself.  On Bob's color wheel, red was selected as the main interest point while turquoise blue is dominant hue.
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