The use of aluminum as texture in art dates back to the 1950s, when a group of American artists known as “Abstract Expressionists” began to use non-traditional materials in their artworks, including aluminum. Among these artists are Jackson Pollock, Willem de Kooning, and Robert Rauschenberg, who all experimented with aluminum to create unique visual effects in their paintings. I have been applying this technique since 2012.
Welcome to this video art tutorial, where I will explore the amazing world of abstract art by creating an abstract landscape on a canvas aluminum foil texture that will amaze the eyes and stimulate the imagination.
I will guide you through every step of the creative process, applying techniques and tips that will help you achieve the desired result. You will learn how to use colors, textures, and shapes to create a unique and captivating abstract forest landscape at night.
The choice of aluminum foil as the base texture for our artwork will allow us to play with light reflections and metallic undertones, creating a striking and modern effect. This technique of using unusual materials in art is an innovative way to push the boundaries of creativity.
I’m excited to take you on this artistic journey, where you will discover new possibilities for your own artistic practice and create a breathtaking abstract landscape.
LIST OF SUPPLIES:
Acrylics Paints: Ivory black, Cadmium Yellow Deep Hue, Titanium White, Yellow Ochre, Burnt Umber, Primary Blue, Emerald Green & Turquoise
I touch of Love
Open Your Mind
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CHAPTERS OF THE VIDEO
00:00 Picture of the final Artwork
00:33 Canvas 18″ x 15″ inches
00:40 Matte medium to glue the aluminium foil on the canvas and create the structure
03:00 Let it dry
03:16 Start painting with ivory black, and . . .
05:25 Spray water, dry and remove some paint with paper and allow to dry completely
06:35 Keep painting with primary blue and white
07:30 Remove some paint with water
08:03 Apply with brush cadmium yellow deep hue
09:55 Go ahead with the titanium white and dry with paper
11:57 Allow to dry before continuing
12:03 Keep painting now with emerald green and turquoise
12:53 Start to paint your landscape with a sponge
14:10 Keep painting with cadmium yellow deep hue
15:35 Covering the dark parts of the canvas with the titanium white and remove with water
16:19 More black ivory with the sponge
18:48 Final Artwork ready to hang
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