Acrylic bits..

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Untitled, acrylic

 

These two bits of acrylic paint stuck together in something like a plastic sheet of colour and textures interested me a lot and I decided to keep a few of them, which I stuck in my sketchbook. They were bits of splashed paint, left to dry down in the corners of the areas we used for our performance art.

I find it really interesting how something so unimportant, even in Painting Performance, such as the very final residual leftovers of chucked paint, which gather up secretly and unnoticed in unpredictable new patterns, producing colour combinations both unexpected and captivating.

“Caress the detail, the divine detail.”
– Vladimir Nabokov

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