Size: 49 H x 39 W x 0.7 in

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Painting: Acrylic, Pencil, Oil Pastel, Ink and Varnish on Canvas.

In my work I focus very much on the process, not knowing where it is going to take me – non existing objects and places are being revealed.
This painting belongs to an ongoing series I started in July 2016 I deciced to paint on unprimed canvas with acrylic paints and inks that I diluted with water and acrylic medium, a technique that was named "soak stain" by Helen Frankenthaler. It allows for the colors to soak directly into the canvas, creating a liquefied, translucent effect that strongly resembles watercolor. Canvas and paint permeate each other and working wet in wet allows the disappearance of boundaries between patches of color.
There is a kind of dialog between sequentially superimposed layers of paint.

Keywords: Morris Louis, Purple, Blue, Helen Frankenthaler, Large Canvas Painting, Abstract Canvas, Aga Koch, Raw Canvas, Color Field Painting, Soak Stain, Large Abstract Painting, Blue Purple Painting

Subjects: Abstract

Styles: Abstract, Abstract Expressionism

Mediums: Acrylic, Pencil, Oil Pastel, Ink, Varnish

Materials: Canvas

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