Jean Dubuffet butterfly wings, ink, gouache and paper collage
in this week’s Focus On Abstraction meeting (thursdays, 11am CST), as requested by one of the member of the group, we will be discussing extreme uses of technique when creating a painting.
Albert Oehlen “More Fire and Ice” (2001), a mixed-media work on canvas
the artists discussed may include representational elements in their abstract or quazi-abstract paintings wow us with variety, unexpected juxtapositions, and unusual materials.
Anselm Kiefer “The Bad Mothers”, 2011–12, oil, emulsion, acrylic, shellac, wood, metal, lead, and sediment of an electrolysis on canvas
join us every week by signing up at https://artistvenu.studio.com
lively discussion and critiques of work from a variety of sources, including critiques of member’s work.
Alfonso Ossorio “Mother and Child” 1972
21 thoughts on “over-the-top technique”
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