Forms from Black

The shapes on this postcard are from an interesting source.  I began to peel the matte medium from the plastic cloth that covers my work table.  The cloth gave the peelings a wonderful texture.  They also had all shades of paint from the hours spent working at the same space.  I was intrigued with them and peeled quite a few off.  I placed two on this black background.  Though you can’t see the designs on them that clearly, I loved the shapes against the dark background.  You can see the detail better if you click on it to enlarge it.

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One thought on “Forms from Black

  1. Those ‘leftovers’ from art sessions are among my most treasured materials, too. I love peeling stuff up from my table or cutting board. Most fun? The dried little blobs from the tops of acrylic paint tubes. I love those. No one recognizes them for what they are and they are often the perfect little touch to finish a piece.

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