Studio Burlesque Peeled

After peeling the surface of the underprint there remained some discolorations and gouges in the paper. Like it a lot.

Studio Burlesque Peeled
Close-up of Studio Burlesque Peeled
Abstract Art - rbcdart
For Richard, An abstract piece tends to happen when he’s responding to the ground, the paint, the razor blade, and whatever music might be playing… void of representation...

This piece started as an archival print on Hot Press Natural 300lb Epson paper.   The image was then peeled off after it had been painted.  Archival art mediums were used, acrylics and micron pens predominantly.  It is 4x4" and mounted on a primed and sealed wood panel with a coat of Liquitex Acrylic Varnish to protect it (UV resistant) front and back.  6-24-2022, (c) all rights reserved, Richard ChauDavis

Studio Burlesque Peeled, a 4x4" archival multimedia piece