This canvas is done in a dip method. A base coat is spread across the canvas, and then you add your colors which have been mixed with a pouring medium. You apply them based on your desired composition. Then a napkin, paper towel, or piece of plastic wrap is gently laid on top of the canvas, allowed to settle, and then slowly removed. This leaves very soft edges to much of the paint.
I so enjoyed making this 9×12 piece. Setting up the composition made me think of Jackson Pollock’s style, and there is a photo below of what the piece looked like before I “dipped” it. I almost left it as it was because it was just so bright and active. However, the end result was just a wonder to me…there is a whole lot going on here!
If you desire, I can cover the back of the canvas with craft paper, and a sawtooth hanger can also be added at no charge.