Medium: Acrylic Paint
Sizes per piece: at least 12” x 6” x 12”
Number of pieces: at least 4
Concept: I want to pour out acrylic paint in sheets to dry on plastics. I will then take those sheets of acrylic paint and shape them into hollow or dense forms. Pieces of canvas will be used to bridge space and continue the conversation of painting. I want to explore the nature of paint and its fragility of color and the interaction colors.
What is the history of paint?
Is this paint in form or color in form?
Abstract or objective?
Organic or geometric?
How do I adhere the forms together?
Is paint a bond?
How will light affect is view?
Hung or placed?
Should I integrate pieces of canvas?
Create forms with the canvas?
Is this in line with Rosenberg or Greenberg?
Each sheet will be a single color.
The colors will be premixed and not strictly primary colors.
Each sheet can be painted with other colors after being manipulated into forms.
Each sheet will vary in size
Each sheet will vary in thickness
These will be open forms
At least one opening
Will make up majority of forms
Can be placed inside hollow forms
Forms will be painted with varying medium to create movement and contrast
Some will be matte
Some will b gloss
Some will be normal
Some sheets/colors will be mixed with thicker medium and dried
Scraps and properly cut pieces will be used
Some will be gessoed and some not