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The Electric Color image was painted with a bright, full intensity color acrylic palette. This vivid, exciting image of geometric shapes and... more
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The Electric Color image was painted with a bright, full intensity color acrylic palette. This vivid, exciting image of geometric shapes and contemporary color was such a fun painting to make and it still makes me smile every time I see it. Contemporary color in painting is a fairly recent development. Artists have been painting for hundreds of years or more, of course. However, the range of color in pigments was limited, as was accessibility. The brilliant color hues that are available to artists today first appeared in the mid and late 19th century with the onset of the industrial revolution. It was a two part revolution. The first was chemist discoveries of the pure hues like, chrome yellow and emerald green. Later came the cadmiums, artificial ultramarine, alizarine and the pthalos. The second revolutionary invention was the invention of a metal tube with a screw top container, still used today, that replaced relatively fragile animal bladders. Sweeping style changes began...
Creating portals of light, love, joy, beauty, compassion, hope and gratitude is my lifelong passion and purpose. My mother painted when i was young and encouraged drawing and painting and handcrafting in all forms and my father, the photographer, gave me my first camera at age 8. As a result, i have been a lifelong student of both mediums. Formal training of my eye and technique has been with the wonderful Pacific NW painter teachers, Stan Capon and Edi Olson. i hope you will enjoy these images as much as i enjoyed their creation.
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