Journal entry for Day 5 of 100 Days of Abstract Painting following #the100dayproject. Continuing to analyse the images I’ve collected – following Flora Bowley’s Intuitive Painting creativebug class.
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I am finally done with the phase of gathering inspiration and observing them closely to analyse what exactly it is that has drawn me each of the pieces that I have collected. As I was decomposing and analysing features, I used a thick black sharpie, sometimes a pen,...
Today was spent just focusing on taping down my remaining stack of inspiration and annotating the features. I am determined to get this done so we can start the painting process.I am starting to get paranoid about not physically painting when this project is 100 days...
Journal entry for Day 2 of 100 Days of Abstract Painting following #the100dayproject. Continuing to analyse the images I’ve collected – following Flora Bowley’s Intuitive Painting creativebug class.
Journal entry for day 1 of 100 days of abstract painting following #the100dayproject. Using Flora Bowley’s Intuitive Painting creativebug class as guidance, today was all about gathering inspiring imagery to develop a concept for the abstract art painting process.
I love how it looks at the moment and I’m hesitant to add to it, just in case I ruin it. Yes, this is the reality of what goes on in an artist’s mind… not super fancy at all is it?
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Yes, that time has come when I have gone mad and decided to experiment with a soft and muted colour palette. I’ve resisted the temptation to use my favourite colours of phthalo blue, torquoise and magenta, and gone ahead and tried to keep it very soft and blended. There’s no need to worry. I will never give up my bright and bold colours.
This story is about putting in place a handful of strategies to ensure that you paint in a soft colour palette, but forgetting about the power of intuition, creative flow and instinct.. and then painting with your favourite colours anyway. Every piece craves some phthalo blue and torquoise.
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