Out of the Storm palette knife painting

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Out Of The Storm

This is a 2 panel work, otherwise known as a diptych. Each panel of Out Of The Storm measures 24″ x 12″ or 24 X 24″ (61 x 61cm) joined. They are painted on primed, stretched canvas that is mounted over 3/4″ stretcher bars and stapled on the back.

Out of the Storm is painted using primary colors of blue, red and yellow. There is some texture and marking throughout the piece. This work was painted using palette knives, scrapers & a texture tool. The sides are painted white with a brush and that is the only time I used a paint brush on this piece. The colors were used straight out of the tube, very vibrant high chroma. Both paintings have a gloss varnish finish to protect them from UV rays and dust.

Video below shows more details…

Out of the Storm Abstract Diptych
Out of the Storm Abstract Diptych 24 x 24 by Deb Breton $385

 

out of the storm abstract painting close up
Out of the Storm Abstract Diptych – close-up

 

out of the storm abstract closeup details of splatters and texture
Close-up detail of texture and splatter

 

out of the storm abstract closeup details of splatters and texture
Dark blue and light blue with orange splatter

 

out of the storm abstract closeup details of splatters and texture

out of the storm abstract closeup details of splatters and texture

out of the storm abstract closeup details of splatters and texture

 

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8 Responses

  1. I always look forward to seeing new artwork from you!

    • I hope that’s a good thing Karen, and not a ‘what the hell is she up to NOW kinda thing?!!!” 🙂

  2. Very impressive, very passionate and beautiful!

  3. It’s a good thing–you put a lot of soul into your work and it shows. 🙂

  4. my kind of art, expressive, gestural, exploratory and non-brush mark making art…fab!

    • This one came easily and from the heart. I appreciate your thoughts on this one so much John, thank you! Gotta love painting organically.

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