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Third

 

3rd – thick acrylic strokes, strong and determined, pure color physics.


“Abstract painting is abstract. It confronts you. There was a reviewer a while back who wrote that my pictures didn’t have any beginning or any end. He didn’t mean it as a compliment,
but it was.” — ©Jackson Pollock

“Scribbly Drops & The Mix”, collection number three, is purely about experiments with texture, acrylic paint and color. This series of artworks is supported by the artist’s inner state of mind and the mood of the day. Unexpected vibrant mosaics motif, the glowing vibrations of fire silenced by billow and breeze of the sea, are all in the eclectic mix here. Acrylic paint being dropped, twisted, laid
in thick layers and left alone as the artist pleased. When you listen to music, you don't try to follow the notes - you let them wash over you. Let your eyes wander over the painting the way the notes of a symphony would wash over your mind and soul. Let your eyes inspect the painting, slipping around corners, following the twirls, twists and turns, dipping in and out of the surface. Let your eyes and mind dance around the piece. Take your time.

Let the painting "speak" to you.