Thank you, Rod. I’ve found the chaos-painting-approach to be extremely enjoying and interesting. My current rule no. 1 is to stick to the shape and in the last painting phase, to add depth and dimensions. I hope one day to brake the main shapes and merge the chaos in a more prominent way. I can illustrate such view by giving Shirley Travena’s painting style as an example: http://www.shirleytrevena.com/ Or Marie Montecot! I could observe Shirley’s and Marie’s paintings for hooouuuurssss 🙂
Rod, I’m happy to inspire you and other artists here to try new ways of expressing yourselves through painting. Sometimes I paint things from my environment as they are, but stepping a bit out of one’s comfort zone poses new challenges and in dealing with those paves the way to new expressions. I think this is what every artist should aspire to.
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