Pushing or dropping random objects [example: a supers’ size keychain] onto the canvas drawing around them and repeating until a number of abstract shapes are created. These shapes are then filled by brushing in more watercolor.
[see figure: top]
Strategically applied pastel followed by three drops of matte acrylic varnish. Brush mixture vigorously over canvas the gently wipe away excess in selected areas.
[see figure: middle]
A layer of tinted acrylic is applied with a compressed air paint sprayer. Acrylic spray paint with a combination of hand and machine cut stencils are used to introduce patterns with spraypaint. Then the paint sprayer is gently used once again.
[see figure: bottom]
[oil and graphite]
The white design is finally painted into a graphite outline followed by two layers of acrylic. Lastly an oil paint and cold wax mixture is applied using tools more commonly used for sculpture.
[see figure: final paintings]