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TEXTURE VENTURES TAKE OVER THE WORLD, AT LEAST MY WORLD IN THE HOME STUDIO

24th February, 2019

So, you have heard about the meanderings into printing from paint on a pallet and using unlikely textured surfaces such as kitchen roll, to bare the brunt of such meanderings  Well, now I am wondering about how I can use this technique on a larger scale in relation to the large paintings that I do. I also do more varied sizes these days and I am enjoying the smaller work also, but I do love to work large scale. What I want is for the chosen surface when printed to emanate a certain rawness. This should be the kind of rawness that you could find on a derelict wall in a city, or in the same manner, the rawness evoked from a bog in the middle of nowhere. 

Opposite you will see early an early experiment . They are not particularly large, but they are the result of mixing colour and then printing that colour onto a surface. I hope to now look for  larger surface areas to work on that, when printed ,will reflect the former rawness mentioned. 

I am looking forward to this immensly.


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