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’Chap’ 3d Sculpted Paint protruding from the surface of a Discarded Pallett

 
 



Home Wanted for this ’Chap’ one of the last Sculpted paints, now available
One of the last 3d sculpted paints left, from 2011.
Decollage & Sculpted Paint, Newpaper, Emulsion & Acrylic on Wooden Pallet


Date: 11st June 2015
LABELS: 3d Sculpted Paint , Contemporary , Discarded Pallet , Figurative , Newspaper , Old Classics , Street Art , Technique , Urban Art

 
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Love me Long Time - 3d Sculpted Paint

 
 



Busy finishing as many commissions as I can before Christmas. This one just needs Varnishing tomorrow. An old Tatty wooden Pallet is the base for this piece, first I collaged newspaper, crinkling it as put it on. Threw a bit of tea on it. Then went to work on sculpting the shape of the Panda. With a chisel I then gouged out the outline for more dark, added a bit of fibre glass. Lastly started the actual painting, building up the layers and creating the details.

Date: 22nd December 2014
LABELS: 3d Sculpted Paint , Contemporary , Discarded Pallet , Love Me Long Time , Newspaper , Original Painting , Painting Progress , Street Art , Urban Art

 
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Painting a Pallet Front

 
 



Firstly I used Silver spraypaint lightly covering the surface of the Pallet. Then brushed on Blue emulsion, before dry gentle rub off excess emulsion with a cloth. The blue emulsion seeps in to all the crevices and grain of the battered worn wood.

Date: 11st November 2014
LABELS: Discarded Pallet , Painting Progress , Street Art , Technique , Urban Art

 
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’Local Lad’ Hockney Portrait

 
 



A tribute to fellow Bradfordian and Inspiration David Hockney Portrait, made entirely from the Telegraph & Argus. Sculpted/Paint protruding of of a 4ft Chunky Pallet front.

Date: 10th November 2014
LABELS: 3d Sculpted Paint , Contemporary , Discarded Pallet , Hockney Portrait , Los Angeles , Newspaper , Northern , Painting Progress , Portrait , Technique , Urban Art

 
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Jackson Pollock Portrait by Rourke Van Dal

 
 



Decollage & Sculpted Paint protruding from the surface of a Discarded Pallett. Newpaper, Emulsion & Acrylic

In 1946 Jackson Pollock’s artwork went through dramatic changes with the emergence of his dripped and poured canvases. These “drip” paintings consisted of layered swirls of color on black ground in which the artist’s process and movements can be seen in how the colors are layered on top of one another. Pollock became on of the most famous painters of the Abstract Expressionist movement and/or style for his gestural paint application: pouring, flicking and dripping onto canvas laid out on the floor. He used sticks, brushes and chicken-basters to apply the paint to the canvas. Pollock believed that the “action” of the artist tapped into the subconscious – automatism. He was primarily interested in the dramatic unfolding of the unconscious on the painting’s surface and the creation of an allover surface. He believed that dripped and poured canvases eliminated all recognizable imagery and that an act of painting was an act of self-realization heavily influenced by existentialism – which draws on their principle of state of being is defined by action.

Historical and Cultural Context: In the early ’50s the Abstract Expressionist movement became increasingly more popular in New York as well as in Europe. The artists working in this style sought to express inner feelings, spiritual ideas and universal concepts through abstract forms. In an effort to move away from World War II, the Holocaust in Europe, the threat of the atomic bomb and McCarthyism in America, Abstract Expressionist artists transformed the activity of painting into an almost spiritual practice. Formal elements such as line, shape and color became the means to express universal feelings, spirituality and even sometimes the psyche of the artist.


Date: 6th May 2011
LABELS: 3d Sculpted Paint , Contemporary , Discarded Pallet , Jackson Pollock , Portrait , Stencil , Street Art , Technique

 
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