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Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Lavender Blue - Acrylic palette knife floral abstract painting by Pennsylvania Contemporary Artist Pat Koscienski



"Lavender Blue"
9" x 12"
Acrylic on canvas
This painting was done ala prima using texturized acrylic paint and a palette knife. It started off as a nonobjective abstract for this month's DPP challenge. However, I started to see some flowers on a mountain side and decided to stay with that. I did not stop to photograph different stages for fear of breaking that right brain period that I was in. If you have any questions or wish to purchase, contact PAT. If you wish to see more of my paintings, both abstract and representational, please visit my website at:
 

5 comments:

hmuxo said...

Excellent piece, Pat! I LOVE the texture and wonderful color!!!

Pat Koscienski said...

Thanks, Hilda. I like abstract because it is great to work freely with all that color and texture. However, I know my heart lies with representationalism and I always return to it.

CrimsonLeaves said...

I'm not generally a fan of abstract pieces but because I can see the flowers and I adore the palette, this one has me won over! A wonderful piece, Pat!

Pat Koscienski said...

Thanks, Sherry. This painting did turn out to be more objective than when I started out. I guess that can be part of the fun of doing abstracts. And the neat part is that it is truly an original...I wouldn't be able to replicate it if I tried. lolol

Rosemary said...

Pat this is a wonderful piece - I wish it were larger! Love the little breaths of warm color peeking through but mostly I'm blown away by the knife swirls! Applause! Applause!