Saturday, January 23, 2016

Mystery...Pastel Abstract...Texas Artist...Rae Andrews

This was a larger painting on Richeson board and I decided to cut it down and make two from it. This is one half.
I used a white Richeson board and threw my acrylics onto the surface to float and make shapes. Then I dried it and began to assess the 'damage'.

I began with a loose drawing of coconuts and palm fronds, and as the painting progressed it became more and more abstract.
I love it when the painting governs the artist, the hard part is not fighting it in the process and having fun with it.

This image is 8.75" x 20" unframed
$150 plus S/H

Prints of this image available at Fine Art America:

Rae conducts workshops and demonstrations of her techniques in ACRYLICS, PASTELS, OILS, and WATERCOLORS

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1 comment:

Jo Castillo said...

Another gorgeous one.
Fun to see you on Sunday. Woohoo on the demo!