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Painting Styles

Thursday, October 16th, 2008

      I do enjoy painting in different styles, usually starting off with taking a formal style, like “abstract expressionism” and I change it to “abstract expressionism through nature”.  The reason for this is, with the same styles, I try to recreate new views of abstract expressionism through nature or physical objects, such as still-life.

Some of my Impressionism work begun improvisionally without any subject in mind; after putting down many composition of the colors and balancing them on the board, I refer briefly to my sketch book or memory to create nature through abstract.  

Impressionism - Title: Coon Lake Algonquin

 

October 20, 2008

     In abstract impressionism style sometimes colored tissue and colored papers were the principal material in paintings; that they overlapped each other in surface to created a different layers, various shapes and line where they form and some sort of design.

Abstract impressionism - Title: Rocky Shore

    

November 12, 2008  

    without using any kind of brush, paint was poured on masonite and then blotted with tissue paper and sprayed with water to create a different effect. From memory, pictures or images you can create a beautiful painting, and at the end with brushstrokes you can reach your goal.

 Impressionism - Title: Forest Light

 

November 14, 2008

     Studio sketches and study of sea spray in nature, creates an imaginary beauty on my canvas; it exaggerates the scene of nature while in the mean time shows the glory of color and imagination.

Impressionism - Title: Memories of Summer

November 17, 2008

In abstract impressionism style, while painting I am not thinking about any specific idea or subject; the way ideas come to me is simply putting down different layers of paint by glazing them to distinguish different subject.

Impressionism - Title: Deep Forest

 

November 25, 2008

In abstract impressionism style, while painting I am not thinking about any specific idea or subject; the way ideas come to me is simply putting down different layers of paint by glazing them to distinguish different subject.