Abstracts – 30 days challenge D#15

I love the abstract. Still, I find that the execution until the result, travel is particularly difficult (see emotionally painful).

I keep a Pinterest just for my abstraction inspirations. He often changing, because it is a kind of “I love, I hate.” Let me explain. As much certain works to give me a glance Wow immediate effect (typical of contemporary art), both to review the 2nd and 3rd everything will fall apart and I frankly do not support them (and shoo suppression).

I love and one month later, it is the cold shower.

I was expecting the ultimate inspiration, one that will survive my pinterest board.

And they are victors!

Nadine Bourgne (a french, hourra!) et Wendy McWilliams, have created paintings of small and large sizes that made me want to give me my little abstract formats. (There are of course also Flora Bowley but that does not fit the strict sense in this category (but which category anyway? The figurative expressionism? In any case, whether the figurative expressionism does not yet exist, it would be time to invent it.))

He had only to throw me:


Shine – Mixed media – by Fanny Wild

Many, MANY layers to achieve this result … I went through moments of discouragement.

I also noticed I had less and less resistance. Example right there was an eagle. I completely covered (when he was succeeded more) so that the paint is consistent. I had to wait 1 week (sometimes children’s activities do not allow me to paint before the weekend) before covering. I knew I needed me to do, I saw him in passing … Although it is invisible, it is part of the history of this abstract, it radiates there, yet invisible (oh that it’s beautiful !!!!!!!!) Hence the name “shine”.