I’m starting an experiment with abstract painting, seeking freedom at the easel. I am making images from nothing, starting with a white canvas, and no image in my head.I found this to be more thought provoking than I expected. Making a mark, and another, with no rules. Any shape, any colour, any texture. One could say there are millions of choices!
So the 'restriction' is the thing. What I need to not do, how to hold back, to resist. My initial rules are: start with an open palette, and use all the primaries. Make it high contrast: a 'high major' tone range.
Paint many paintings. Let your marks develop like a signature, and allow variations to be done. After a few hundred pieces, my abstract style might be found.
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