Probably the last painting I’ll do this year. I assembled the wood from pieces I had lying around the house and primed it months ago. Decided that finishing it up would be a fitting way to end the year. There’s something nice to finishing up projects before a new year starts.
Collage, photographs, acrylic, marker, oil paint stick, oil pastel, crayon, pencil, and spray paint on found wood. Dimensions are variable, but it’s roughly 1.5 ft. at the bottom and 2 ft. at the widest part at the top. It’s about 2.5 ft. tall.
This is my most recent painting!
~2ft x 3.5ft. Acrylic, collage, photographs, marker, oil paint stick, oil pastel, spray paint, pencil on found wood.
For context, the center photograph is one that I took of my dad’s house after hurricane Katrina (as with the last painting).
With these past two paintings, I’ve been kind of exploring the idea of painting as comic. Or comic as painting. More generally, the use of time/time manipulation in a painting.