Wednesday, July 09, 2008

Reverse Painting on Plastic

This was one of my favourite pieces that I really enjoyed doing and had no plans of selling.
It found a home with a special lady, now in Chicago (yoo hoo! hope you are enjoying your new life-you are missed).

About the Painting

It is a mixture of collage (using modge podge), and acrylic paint on a lucite shelf I got from a Liquidation Outlet in Dayton Ohio. They were selling boxes of these for 25 cents apiece. Of course I went mad and bought a gazillion and who knows if I will ever use them all LOL!


10 comments:

Undaunted said...

Wow, I can't even begin to imagine how dificult it is to do a reverse painting. Yours are great.

Linda Blondheim said...

Fabulous as always.
Love,
Linda

Michelle (artscapes) said...

Very cool!!!

Dee said...

Hey Corrine! Your blog is a place for me where I see very interesting wonderful art work, learn new stuff and it leaves me inspired. I am giving you the Brilliante weblog award! Congratulations! Thanks for sharing your work and thoughts.
Please visit deezden and collect your award....best Dee.

Connie said...

Isn't Mod Podge the greatest?!?! Love that stuff! Can't get enough of it!!!

My sweetie, Hansel, keeps coming back to your blog to check out your sculls..he has a little obsession...with sculls...and I don't know...maybe your blog too!!! He made his own scull drawing yesterday inspired by you!

Also, come enter my contest to win one of my new Dirty Footprints reusable grocery bags!!!

Peace & Love.

JafaBrit's Art said...

Hiay undaunted, it takes practice lol, but is sure is fun. I love doing the finger painting and smudging part.

Thanks Linda, michellle.

Oh my dee, that is really cool, thanks :)

connie, I agree about the Mod Podge. Oh dear hansel is smitten with the art obsession, isn't it wonderful :)

Margot Potter said...

Oh, wow, cool! I want some of those!

Someday maybe I'll have time to make paintings instead of craft projects...ya think?!

xoxo
Madge

Lana Gramlich said...

An intriguing piece of work. :) Do you have problems with acrylic paint peeling from or scratching off of the lucite? I've never found acrylic paint to be very effective on a smooth surface, personally. Just wondering about your experience/thoughts...

JafaBrit's Art said...

lana, I haven't had that problem, usually because I seal the back after I have painted them, or the back is protected when mounted into a box frame. I suppose if I was to paint on the front of the plastic it would be a problem since its exposed. Are you talking about paint ON plastic or doing reverse painting?

HMBT said...

Very cool, I would like to learn to paint in this way. I can see why you would have wanted to keep it, it's got a big voice. :) I really like the collage and paint together, I don't think I have ever seen a reverse done in this way, of course it would be you to show it to me, of course!