‘Arc de Triomphe’

…One of the most impressive sites in Paris, this 3D piece is inspired by the U-shape scrap metal I found last year and then built upon with acrylic gems, lacquer and paint. It’s always looked like the Arc so it’s going to stay that way.

These are my first canvas paintings in a while. I’m pretty excited about them and have been trying some different techniques. I had these pink presentation books…wood and leather bound but the pink didn’t work all the time. Actually, most of the time. And since I need some kind of temporary flooring right now I split and painted them black. Just like tiles.

I threw one of the squares on the canvas and started painting around it. At first I was going to keep the square on but when it lifted away so nicely, I thought I’ll take that….ImageImage

Image‘arc de triumph’


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