New Abstract Painting

On the Precipice

New abstract painting

 

On the Precipice captures a surreal landscape painting that was dreamed up in my head after a yoga session. There are a lot of colors and transparent layers in this piece. I used acrylics, ink, airbrush and oil stick. Plus there are many, many layers of acrylic glazes, probably 10 layers in some places.

large abstract surreal painting original
On The Precipice – Mixed Media on stretched 24 x 30 canvas with deep 1.5″ sides painted white. Surreal Abstract Landscape by Deb Breton. Pastel colors and bold drips with whispy clouds.

 

Before beginning the painting, I toned the background with iridescent gold, which FAINTLY shows through in some areas. Mostly the gold beneath refracts the light, giving it its depth. The gallery wrapped canvas measures 24 x 30 or approximately 61 x 76cm. The sides of the deep canvas are 1.5″ and painted white. I just love these juicy colors and the ethereal feel to the piece.

 

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On The Precipice mixed media surreal painting-detail

 

And finally as with the majority of my work it is finished with professional non-yellowing varnish. Helping to protect it from harmful UV rays and dust. Available here!

After a few stops and starts here in the studio, am finally being more prolific again.

Thank you for stopping by – Hope you are doing good and in good spirits!

Love,

deb sigline

 

 

 

4 Responses

  1. graham mcquade

    A slight change of direction Deb? I like the use of line in this piece and those tree like structures on the bottom right are intriguing.

  2. Otto von Münchow

    Another lovely painting. The technique emphasizes the two “monoliths” meeting. I am particularly fascinated by the two “trees” in the lower right part of the painting.

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