Transitions 2 by Moira Sutton



Box Canvas
Creative Expressions Glass Beads Medium
DecoArt Media Fluid Acrylic Paints – Carbon Black, Titanium White, Dark Grey Value 3, Cadmium Red Hue, Pyrole Red and Napthol Red Light

This is an abstract painting which forms part of a series I have been working on about “transitions” the point or process where one thing becomes another light to dark/land to sea/child to adult etc. One of the things I really like about abstract is that although I know exactly what I was thinking and trying to communicate in the painting each person who sees it will see something different and everyone’s view is right. 

The canvas is a 10 x 14 box canvas onto which I had put modelling paste through a stencil a long time ago and left as it wasn’t what I wanted. So I went back to it and added lots more modelling paste randomly and a mixture of the Gel Medium and Glass Beads. When dry I worked into it with the acrylic paints. I must say I had a really good time with it.

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  1. Stunning piece, love this! Ruth x

  2. WOW! Actually I have to say WOW again. WOW! There, I said it three times. This is just fabulous. It looks like a lighthouse in a raging storm. I love the texture you got. The beads look like sea foam. What a fantastic piece of work! Lx

  3. Fantastic abstract art Moira! xxx

  4. Love it, I have a real soft spot for abstract art and this is gorgeous
    Donna xxx

  5. Moira this is brilliant it feels very fierce, I love it. Would love to see the series.
    Amanda x

  6. What an amazing piece of textured artwork Moira! A stunning and striking colour contrast and so bold too.
    Fliss xx

  7. I love this Moira, gorgeous piece of art. My first thoughts when I saw it was a lighthouse and crashing waves in the early morning gloom. Red sky in the morning shepherds warning


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