GRANITE GARDEN – ACRYLIC PAINTING

I’ve had this painting a while, but I could not get a decent photo of it. Amongst other discrepancies, all the greens turned blue on the images I took, no matter what setting I tried. It was only by tricking the camera that I got something that resembled the actual painting. And, well, it’s a bit of a Pollock, but at the moment I am playing around, and this is one of a series of experiments.

Abstract paintings quite often give me problems when I try to photograph them, whereas, I dont have as many such issues with representational paintings.

I will show other examples of these problems in subsequent posts. Sometimes they actually help you – which they did on a painting I’m currently working on. Hopefully that will be ready for next time.

Other abstract paintings are available for sale on my website: grahammcquadefineart.com

6 thoughts on “GRANITE GARDEN – ACRYLIC PAINTING

  1. Your painting is bright, bold and cheerful. Experiments teach so much but mostly I just like that they allow me the freedom to play a lot more than traditional work. I love seeing your experiments and reading about some of your frustrations if only to confirm that they happen to the best of us. Cheers!

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