Embed MITRO LUXURY ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONISM ART: Ghosting an Energy Scene In a Painting, or Making the Invisible - Visible

Friday, July 5, 2019

Ghosting an Energy Scene In a Painting, or Making the Invisible - Visible

Whereas most artists apply paint to a canvas in deliberate shape and line to depict a scene they want to present, my art consists of attracting an invisible energy scene to my canvas, which is then uncovered or made visible by swiping paint lightly over this energy making it visible with the adherence of light color.
A good analogy to understand how this is done, would be to envision a completely transparent very intricate spider web in a forest, so transparent that you must stand at a particular angle so the light is just right to see it, if you can see it at all.
Now picture taking a tin of colored chalk dust and sprinkling it all over this web, and voila the invisible is now visible.
I make the invisible, visible the same way with my paints.
An interesting fact is that I myself  have no knowledge of the scene I will uncover before I uncover it with paint, so it makes each new canvas extremely interesting and fun for me to read.

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