Thursday, August 4, 2011

Tulips #2

One thing that I heard from Robert Burridge is to paint three paintings of the same thing. The first one was this (yesterday's post) and here is the second one. Hopefully I will do a third one and if I do I will post it. I do like this one and it is different from the first one---which is the point. This one is on a panel that is 9 3/4 x 7 3/4.
I collaged some random scrapbook paper on it first them started painting. I am liking this reductive painting technique. It makes it grungy and interesting!




8 comments:

Marilyn Rock said...

Really wonderful! Love the white splatters! xxoo

Buffy said...

Gorgeous Martha,love the collage papers in the background.

Caatje said...

I really love this one, especially with the splattered paint over it. Good job!

Julie-ann Bowden said...

This is awesome and such a great idea to paint three at a time!
Hugs!
Julie

Bren said...

You've got a great series going on here. Love this second one too, the grungy, bright feel is so appealing.

Stephanie said...

It's beautiful! I love the textures in it.

LuckyDog said...

The white spatters are my favorite part. So fun!

Me said...

Oh man! I love these. Are you going to teach an online class on this? I would love to know how to do this.

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