Lake and river arts

Oct 012017
 

 

The Bay Series

Royal Bay

Royal Bay is an original ink painting done on synthetic paper with ink, isopropyl alcohol, metallic mixative, straws, and droppers.

This painting is a fluid art piece using blown air as a controlled tool and a top layer of metallic.

The painting itself is 5″x7″. (It is matted to 8″x10″).
It is coated in a UV resistant non-yellowing protective museum varnish. This should help protect against fading, but it should still not be hung in direct sunlight.
It is secured in a professional matte with acid free backboard and acid free linen tape. Each matted painting is also in a plastic sleeve.

This piece is the original and ONE OF A KIND. No prints are available.

Finished product:
-8″x10″ matted
-signed by artist
-includes protective varnish and plastic sleeve

Purchase on Etsy

 

Lava Bay
This painting is a fluid art piece done using alcohol ink, isopropyl alcohol, controlled air with straws, various droppers, and synthetic paper.

The painting itself is 9×12 in an 11×14 matte with an art viewing window of 8×10.
It is coated in a UV resistant non-yellowing protective museum varnish. This should help protect against fading, but it should still not be hung in direct sunlight.
It is secured in a professional matte with acid free backboard and acid free linen tape. Each matted painting is also in a plastic sleeve.

Finished product:
-11×14″ matted
-signed by artist
-includes protective varnish and plastic sleeve

The Lava Bay original is available in the shop. Prints are available in the Lake & River Fine Art America shop.

 

Golden Bay I

Abstract fluid art created with alcohol ink, isopropyl alcohol, eye droppers, and straw blown air on synthetic paper. A blue bay from a birds-eye view with gold accents.

Golden Bay is currently only available in prints. Find Golden Bay I on The Fine Art America.

______________________________________

*All images on Lake & River are copyrighted and may not be reproduced without licensing.

 


Subscribe to Lake & River by Email



 October 1, 2017  Add comments

 Leave a Reply

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>

(required)

(required)

Read previous post:
Alcohol Ink Paintings: Cactus Collision & Petal Play

    Two originals have been posted. First we have Cactus Collision. Cactus Collision is an original ink painting done...

Close