Friday, August 20, 2010

Winter


     I am not an abstract expressionist but am an admirer of Jackson Pollock. I find his work and his technique really interesting. Wanted to give it a try. The result is in front of you all. This canvas was not touched by brush or by any other instrument for that matter. The entire painting was done by spattering or pouring paint. The branches of the tree and signatures were done by pouring through a paper cone! Am posting another close-up showing the details of a section.

Thoroughly enjoyed doing this. Believe me, my friends also joined me in splashing paint all over the canvas! A small experiment .... a lot of satisfaction!

23 comments:

  1. Superb!! You have choosen the colours & applied the referenced technique very brilliantly in this painting. Congrats!!

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  2. What an imaginative way of painting! And so effective too! It is exactly like standing in a blizzard, something I was doing not so long ago. This is fantastic! :0)

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  3. this one is specal painting of AK, your own
    impression, a winterdream, unbelievable your
    experimental tecnic,compliment.

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  4. Asit, you can't imagine how much I like this kind of experiment. To me the results looks very nice! Congratulations. Ciao.

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  5. Asit,

    It is wonderful to see this! It is always good to experiment, and you have channeled Pollock in a brilliant way. Magnificant!

    Take care,
    Brian

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  6. Thanks for sharing. I am also intrigued with Pollock's method and with your cone idea! Bravo!
    Stay inspired!
    Michelle

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  7. What a beautiful painting!

    Excellent experiment, one I'm sure you'll return to when it gives such atmospheric results.

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  8. A small experiment, but a great art work, Asit! I love it, give us others!

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  9. It's a good way to go. Go ahead ! Great work.

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  10. What a wonderful painting. Pouring paint through a cone...I would not have thought of doing that! I love this. I hope that you will explore this approach some more.

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  11. Great job, fantastic texture!

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  12. Ak, you sure are creating master pieces with your abstracts, Lovely that you got others to indulge in the joy.. as a coincidence,just before I saw this post, I have been splattering a lot of paint on my canvas with a tooth brush, hope to post that soon!

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  13. Una técnica interesante con un gran resultado, merece seguir investigando.
    saludos.

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  14. A great lesson to not be afraid to experiment. This is fresh and exciting. I think I will try something like this in September. Thanks for the inspiration. (hope your walls and floors survived the splattering !

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  15. Espectacular muito BELO.
    Continuação de boas inspirações.

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  16. A very good and sucessfull experiment AK, ¡Congratulations!

    Regards.

    Enrique.

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  17. A.K. new style or experiment?
    Cngrts, Willy

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  18. Asit sir, this surely is one of the best colors vs expressions. It was fun watching U do the same. Inspiring indeed//////////

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  19. Great to experiement, even better with great results such as this!

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  20. A wonderful experiment. The results were amazing.

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  21. I think you should try this again. I love how you were able to add the tree without using a brush. I also love the variety of subject matter on your blog. Beautiful! Thanks for visiting my blog.

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