Could this be the end?
Well, it could be the end of me working in fluorescent colors. Fluorescent and dramatic works are still some of my favorites. But I can't say I'll be in a big hurry to paint with them again. Because the pigment can fade so fast, the artwork requires a lot of extra time - and fumes - to coat with special varnish so that the fluorescent paint won't fade.
There are just a few pieces left in the series. You may want to grab one before they are gone forever. Maybe you can still snag that one you've been thinking of? Have a look.
Dark mysteries and the lifting of spirits. Censer is a work of art that evokes thoughts of renewal.
Censer is a painting on paper which has been mounted to a 1.5” deep cradled wood board. I’ve created this using black, gold and fluorescent yellow and fluorescent orange acrylic paints. I’ve carefully coated the painting with a UV-protective coating which has been proven to protect the fluorescent pigment. The sides of the wood support have been waxed with a matte wax to protect their natural beauty..
This artwork has been wired and is ready to hang.
Dimensions: 11” x 14” x 1.5”
Medium: Acrylic on Paper, Mounted to Maple Panel