Monday, May 8, 2017

Magnetism - Acrylic Abstract Painting + Feeling Inspired Linkup #26


Magnetism. Artist Charles Wolf. 
Acrylic on Canvas Board, 16x20in. Impulsive Artistry © 2017. 

Some days you start a piece and you think that you are headed in one direction, and then about halfway through another thought hits you, and the painting morphs into a new thing altogether. This is what happened with my painting "Magnetism." I originally intended to paint another abstract in the style of "Wave" or "Retro," but the colors started to suggest concentric rings, moving from bottom left to top right—the change in the composition is very pronounced in the time lapse video below.  


Learn how to paint this piece yourself with my full-length, FREE DIY painting lesson below, or sit back and enjoy just watching me paint in the time lapse version of this painting. :  )  


Acrylic Paint:
Titanium White
Mars Black
Ultramarine Blue
Phthalo Green 
Alizarin Crimson
Matte Liquid Medium 

Materials: 
1 Inch Brush
3 Inch Brush
Flat Wash Brush
Easel or Flat Surface
Drop Cloth
Watercup
Dish for Medium
Palette (Cardboard) 
Paper Towel

"Magnetism" Time Lapse Video: 





Magnetism — Acrylic Abstract Painting Time Lapse.
Artist Charles Wolf. Impulsive Artistry © 2017. 

How To Paint "Magnetism":



Magnetism — DIY FREE Painting Lesson. 
Artist Charles Wolf. Impulsive Artistry © 2017.

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Have a fantastic creative week, 

—Charles
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