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Brianna Westlund
Brianna Westlund • 2 years ago

Berlin-based artist Matthew Davis creates surreal images by using his brush to slowly drip oil paints into small pools. After each color dries over a period of several days a new layer is added resulting in a dense, multi-dimensional surface.

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Berlin-based artist Matthew Davis creates these surreal images by using his brush to slowly drip oil paints into small pools. After each color dries over a period of several days a new layer is added resulting in a dense, multi-dimensional surface

Pooled Oil Paintings by Matthew Davis

Create a line image with crayon and then paint with warm or cool colours - art journal inspiration

clementine (by matthew_lowery, via Flickr)

Oil Painting by Amanda Blake (find her shop here: www.thisisallikno... )

'The Conservatory' (1985) by American artist David Bates (b.1952) | Oil on canvas | via the Met, NY

May Picture by Paul Klee: one of Paul Klee's Magic Square series of oil paintings and watercolors that derive from the 1914 Tunisian watercolors in which he fractured the landscape into squares. They are also related to Klee's preoccupation with the laws of color, prompted by his teaching at the Bauhaus. #Painting #Paul_Klee #Magic_Squares