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Painting: How to ruin one in 5 easy steps / aka Blue & Green No.1 and No.2

Sometimes the process is a better learning experience than the final piece and is worth it. When painting this I asked myself “what if” and decided to go for it. Happy that I have some reference photos of this one because I blew it all to smithereens!

This painting”Blue & Green No.1″ is gone. In retrospect I should have stopped myself and let it rest. But NO….. I was having way too much fun.
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Blue & Green No.1

acrylic on paper – approx 10.5″ x 11.875″ (26.6 cm x 30 cm)
© deb davies thorkelson 2015

The steps to obliteration…
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"Stop here!" shouted my inner voice. But I was way down deep into the process of painting and just couldn't leave it alone...

“Stop here!” shouted my inner voice. But I was way down deep into the process of painting and just couldn’t leave it alone… I had a vision.

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and finally…

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Blue & Green No.2

acrylic on paper – approx 10.5″ x 11.875″ (26.6 cm x 30 cm)
© deb davies thorkelson 2015

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