Categories: Original Artworks and Travel Stories
But, when I got back from this trip- there was something so enthralling about the magnificent Prairies with its tall grass- looking golden-green in the bright rays of the mid-day May sun, that I decided to capture its essence- which I feel is easier done in Abstract art, where there is the gap between the artist’s creation and the viewer’s interpretation- and that gap can hold the true essence of that work.
It can be the divine space, where two people can look at the same art and completely feel two separate things about the same work!
It is made using acrylic paints with sgraffito painting technique- no brush… only fingers and knives!
Though sgraffito technique is typically used for pottery and ceramics, I have used the similar principles for creating this abstract artwork.