*Extremely flattered to be included in the recent Saatchi Blog 'Art We Love' A Few Painting Techniques Artists Use Explained.
It's been a funny year for me. I basically took most of my work offline. I have been very busy designing a series of fabrics and related products; carrying on the great tradition of artists such as William Morris, Sonia Delaunay and Yayoi Kusama with a bit of Beryl Cook thrown in for good measure. Having lots of fun; the patterns and fabric designs have been an all consuming distraction. There are many more ideas in the pipeline.
Through all of this I completely forgot about the 'serious' side of my work. With this artwork, I have completed a commemorative digital painting, left unfinished for ages. I am now happy with the result.
Continuing my experimentation with new digital media and painting. The artwork is painted with a digital brush which can achieve effects impossible by traditional means. I am calling this my 'Fizzy POP' series.
This particular artwork uses a brush 'loaded' with paint spots where the parameters (chosen by the artist) are altered to create different splatter effects. All the spots are perfectly symmetrical but are painted in such a way as to give the impression of depth or perspective. Please check out the close-up images to give a better idea of the complexity of the compositions.
(Written in 2017, Czar Catstick)
NB The studio print shown is the original Gallery Edition sold as part of the Saatchi Art Collection.
Square Gallery Edition of 6 (2017) also available HERE