About a year ago, I did a painting called Red Roof that featured a house at the top of the painting, but the lower two thirds of the painting was free form impasto slashes of paint.
http://carolnelsonfineart.blogspot.com/2007/05/red-roof-16x20-oil.html. I wanted to try doing another painting with a similar approach.
This time I wanted to try it in acrylic because I have a show coming up next weekend (http://www.downtowndenverartfestival.com/), and it would never be dry in time if I did it in oil. That's one advantage of acrylics over oils, which take forever to dry, especially if you lay the paint in thick impasto fashion.
I like how this one turned out. If you squint you eyes, you can see the similarity in composition between this painting and some of my abstracts. This painting is on 30x24 Signature gallery wrap canvas and requires no framing.
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