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Saturday, January 31, 2015

drawing challenge 156 - the unexpected
























Cleaning up in my studio, there were a few plates with dried layers of acrylic paint.
To remove the layers the next day quite easily, I put the plates under water.
When everything was soaked off the results of the layers that had been stuck to
the plates was quite remarkable and unexpected.
"The good, the bad and the ugly":)
To see more unexpected things, please visit Joke's site here


13 comments:

Sharmon Davidson said...

very cool!

Patrice A. said...

die eerste, ik vind het prachtig!
zo herkenbaar
de schoonheid zien op onverwachte plekken
soms zijn de vlekken in mijn kwastenlap
fijner dan dat wat ik schilder ;^))

fijn weekend!

Sue Marrazzo said...

Intersting!

Veronica Roth said...

You know, I usually paint in oils, but when I do paint in acrylics, I think I do it more for this effect than the painting itself. Peeling off the marbled dried paint is one of my most favourite things in the world to do and then I use it as part of some collage. Now I want to ask you to use the dried paint in a piece so I can see that. X :D

Tammie Lee said...

these are gorgeous
love how things like this happen

Carole Reid said...

Being artists we can expect the unexpected any time we work. Isn't that wonderful!

Joke Konings said...

Ja das nou juist het allerleukste. Er ontstaat iets onverwachts. Het gekke hiervan vind ik vaak dat wanneer je het ziet er gelijk een gevoel boven komt van: dit klopt, dit is prima zo. (Dat heb ik dan). Leuk dat je hebt meegedaan Eric.

renilde said...

oh yes, you found/saw unexpected beauty.
the images... like hearts experiencing different emotions, echt mooi.

♥ tinyWOOLF ♥ said...

amazing though! n♥

Miss Herzfrisch said...

What great treasures you have on your plates ...great and unexpected.
Have a nice week
Sabine

annton beate Schmidt said...

oh, I have always been in love with my painting plates. yours are like the magical backdrops for a chinese fairy tale. leftover poetry, so to say. great!

Kristen Donegan said...

Funny how purposeful these "unexpected" layers seem in design- such a treat when even our cleaning becomes a beautiful expression :)

Ariane Reichardt said...

Oh, I like them all very much, dear Eric,
but with the first I fall in love, unexpectedly.

Thank you very much again, for hosting the drawing challenge in the last months! If you wanna be our host afresh, please tell me. I 'd put you on the list and link back.

xo Ariane.

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