A Bird of a Different Color
Back in the studio, playing with new pigments made from toxic waste. That’s right – paint from pollution thanks to the Kickstarter project which I was thrilled to help fund. This piece began as an experiment with the pigments, which are fun to mix with paint, water or gesso. I walked away from it overnight, and in the morning there was a bird.
If I’ve learned nothing else from this painting, it is that paint is always, ALWAYS boss. So I followed the paint (or pigment, in this case). And like the Family Circus comic, when you follow one thing, you start wandering and it leads to another, sometimes unrelated thing, like the “horse of a different color” bit from The Wizard of Oz, which prompted the name for this painting. Hmmm – is there something psychedelic in these pigments? 🙂
This piece is sold unframed. It will be shipped flat, carefully packaged in mostly repurposed shipping materials. Custom fees and duties are the responsibility of the recipient.
This item is an original work of art. Copyright owned by Jen Walls.
(In home photo designed by Freepik. Painting size in display photo is estimated. Please refer to painting dimensions for accurate sizing)
- : Mixed Media
- : Paper
- : Acrylic | Watercolor | Charcoal
- : No
- : no
- : Signed on Front
- : 2018
- : Florida
- : 15"w x 22"h
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