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Old 11-10-2017, 06:58 AM
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Experiment on Fabriano paper

25x30 cm using acrylics
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Re: Experiment on Fabriano paper

Joseph, I love the complementary red and green colors in this! It reminds me of a monoprint.
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Re: Experiment on Fabriano paper

love the left /right symmetry, The crease in the paper is still visible but may fade away. It reminds me of those Rorschach ink blots
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Re: Experiment on Fabriano paper

Thank you , Artchrispy and Kreativek or commenting It is a monoprint, and a takeoff of a ink blot. Here is another experiment
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