Ora Birenbaum Art, Peintures, Bleu, Argent, Gris, Abstrait, Art Acrylique Peinture abstraite sur toile intitulée: Silver Rain 30x40x1.5 "

Ora Birenbaum Art, Paintings, Blue, Silver, Gray, Abstract, Art Acrylic Abstract Painting on Canvas Titled: Silver Rain 30x40x1.5

C’est l’une des peintures originales de l’artiste acrylique Ora Birenbaum. Fabuleux bijoux avec une chaleur incroyable. J'ai combiné le rouge profond, le jaune, le rose, l'orange et le brun riche avec des notes de prune et d'or métallique. Pièce très moderne. Serait bien dans n'importe quelle direction. Je peux faire une image similaire dans n'importe quelle taille. Texture profonde pour une profondeur incroyable. Les pages sont terminées et prêtes à être affichées. VUE SUR LA CHAMBRE PEUT-ÊTRE …

Imagine standing on a mountain top. When you turn your head, you can see a wonderful view. It is breathtaking and beautiful. You feel inspired to pick up your brush and paint what you see ... but there is so much. Where do you start?

This makes it difficult to make art ... there is so much choice. If you try to draw and paint everything you see, you are doomed to failure. You can't possibly reproduce everything.

When you stand in front of your canvas ready to paint, you should focus on the main subject. It can be anything that interests you ... it can be a single block of stone or a waterfall ... it can be a mountain goat or a bird of prey.

Focus on what you think will be important. Eliminate anything that will distract the eye. Put in all the details that your topic describes to make it look real. Leave everything else flat and plain to bring your subject forward. Everything else is immaterial, other than framing and giving meaning to your topic.

* When the coarse shape of background slopes can be represented by a single block of platinum gray ... why add more?

* When a strip of sky color can be used as a river that winds in the valley floor ... isn't it enough?

* When a forest or tree can be painted with a single brush stroke of dark green ... why do you do more?

In 3 steps you can create a sense of distance ...

* The main subject and foreground need a lot of details ... The color can be vibrating and the contrast levels sharp.

* For intermediate distances requires less detail ... the color tones and contrast should be subdued and less sharp.

* Removing hills and landscapes lose consistency. It can be produced with the sketchiest contours, which need flat color tones of gray or sky colors.

In general, oils and acrylic paints are good for close-up details and texture. Watercolors are better to learn tone and detail for distance painting.

It doesn't matter what you choose to draw or paint with. The key to good artwork is to focus on the main topic ... everything else should be removed without adding and supporting.