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  • Janette C

    "Wading Boy 1" Berlin-based artist Matthew Davis has a unique style of painting that he had developed. Using his brush Mr Davis slowly drip oil paints to form small pools. He lets the paint dry over a period of several days after which a new layer is added resulting in a dense, multi-dimensional surface.

  • Steph Byrnes

    This painting by Matthew Davis. His work is done by dripping pools of oil paint on canvas, letting it dry and pooling more. Mesmerizing!

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Matthew Davis is a Berlin-based artist born in Colchester, England, in 1969. Using a brush, he lets oil paint drip onto a canvas to form small pools of color. Each pool needs to dry for several days before he can add another layer, making it a relatively unique working process that demands patience.

✞ Art is the most intense mode of individualism that the world has known. ~Oscar Wilde✞

Brushes - a good way to keep the writing juices flowing is to take a break, and enjoy creating in a different way.

pottery crock with roses/ 5 x 7 x 1/8 inches (12.7 x 17.78 cm)/ oil paint on archival gessobord panel. / copyright 2012 Angela Moulton

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LOVE all of her work !!! Woodland -archival print, contemporary botanical ETSY Shop amberalexander Original paintings, prints and cards