Title: Aqueous Cuprum
Size: 17.75″ round
Aqueous Cuprum was created with acrylic paint, pouring medium, and silicone oil on a pine board. It comes wired and ready-to-hang.
More about this painting:
Aqueous Cuprum is an abstract acrylic pour painting. It’s the first addition to the Intergalactic series meant to be a planet rather than an image from a fictional part of deep space.
This landmasses on this planet were created with 2 colors of green paint and metallic copper paint. The pouring medium I used dries matte but still allows for the metallic sheen of the copper to come through. There are many ‘pits and valleys’ in the paint giving it a nice amount of depth and interest.
The water was created with 2 colors of blue mixed with white. The pouring medium used with these paints dries glossy and is raised up a bit higher than the ‘landmasses’ are.
This painting was done on a pine board with beveled edges. Those edges were painted black but there visible drips from where the paint overflowed. I’ve provided a side view of the piece to show that.
Pine is very lightweight wood so this piece doesn’t need anything special to hang from. A standard nail or screw is all it needs. It comes wired and ready-to-hang.