Monday, 6 December 2010


Painting big is easy. You can avoid details in favour of distance, at least I do. I like details, I like the sniggly bits , just look at the medieval work I do to see this, but when playing in the realm of canvas and acrylic messy is better in my world and yes I sometimes paint with my fingers. However every now and then I downsize. I paint tiny and it's fun to try and figure out what to do with a canvas that smaller than the palm of my hand. Here are two new ones.

"Deleated" EPROM with shredded Deutsche Marks on canvas.

"Cash Crow" , acrylic on canvas with shredded DM.

so you get an idea of the sizes.

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