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Tales of Texture Series

Step into a world of magic with this mesmerizing series of acrylic paintings that beckon you to explore the mystical realms of texture and color. 

"Tales of Texture" is a collection of A3 sized mixed-media paintings, featuring unique and hand crafted textured elements (texture peelies). This series explores the dynamic interplay of vibrant, surreal neon colors and organic, earthy textures. All of the paintings in this series were creates through intuitive play with colors and shapes, without a clear image in mind of what I wanted to create - an exercise in letting go and trusting the process.

With each piece I invite viewers to explore the depths of their own imagination and uncover hidden forms and stories within the layered textures. When I ask people what they see in these paintings, I am truly blown away by all the creative and unexpected interpretations. It is such a rewarding experience to see how much creativity my paintings have sparked! Join me in this magical exploration of texture, and uncover the secrets and enchantment woven into each piece. 

"Earth"

"Peace Out"

"Senses"

"Light Bringer"

"Metamorphosis"

"Blooming Universe"

"Neon 90s"

"Corazon"

"Volcanic"

"Tuuli"

Mixed media on paper; A3; 2024

"Tuuli"

Mixed media on paper; A3; 2024

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"Tuuli"

Mixed media on paper; A3; 2024

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"Tuuli"

Mixed media on paper; A3; 2024

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"Tuuli"

Mixed media on paper; A3; 2024

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The process behind the Texture Peelies

 Paste on plastic - it's fantastic! 

I already made a few paintings by attaching bits of torn canvas from other art onto paper to add more texture. I wanted to repeat this technique, but without tearing canvas. Instead, I layered down texture paste onto a plastic sheath.

Adding color

A few days later, once it was fully dry, I started adding color. I used a color palette I thought would compliment the original painting and used acrylics, water-soluble crayons, liquid acrylics.. anything I could find in my studio. 

Satisfying peel

When I was happy with the colors, it was time for the most satisfying part - peeling the sheet of textured paste from the plastic backing. It easily came off in one firm piece, which I was super happy with.  

Out of one - many

From there, the next step was to tear up the large piece into smaller bits. I was focused on not overthinking this part to much, going with the flow and creating irregular tears. I wanted the pieces to be organic and natural-looking.