A relatively simple work with a slightly more complex arrangement of paint application than my usual. That’s a mouthful, lol! But pretty accurate in term of my process! 😊
First, I laid in a faint yellow base, a mix of watercolor and acrylic.
Next I laid over a molding paste pattern, including a swatch at top for what turned out to be clouds; followed by rows of ridges with repeating arches. Though all but the top row visible over the green just above mid-center got covered over by the next wave.
Two waves – of paint – actually; goosed up with pigment mixed into molding paste and heave matte gel. The 1st layer used bright colors and went every which way but loose as the movie and saying goes 😊 And the 2nd layer swept side to side in a connecting wave, exposing the underlying 1st layer here and there.
Then I intensified the yellows in the top 1/2, signed it, and was done!
I liked the hint of being a vineyard, and thus the title –
I’m sure it’s good quality vino ☺️
Being the good abstract it is, quite a few products lent themselves well. I chose a yoga mat to feature ’cause it’s seems difficult lot of times to get that tall thin slice of one of my images to fit the size. ‘Course prints, bags etc are all also available 😊
Stay well everyone! Yoga’s great all ages, standing, sitting and even in bed 🙏
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