Artist Exposé – Painting Bright Colors
Artist Nancy Wood is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of these images. To see Nancy’s gallery of artworks click on any image.
Palette knife manipulation in poured fluid acrylics
Green Peach Web
Poured fluid acrylics and ink pigments that form lacy and web patterns.
Palette knife manipulation of poured fluid acrylics encourages an explosion of pigment effects.
Fluid acrylics poured and manipulated to create an abstract seascape effect.
Purple Blue Pigment Effect
Indigo and blue pigments create naturally bubbling effects through a layer of white fluid acrylic poured over the surface.
Poured fluid acrylics manipulated with a palette knife.
Poured fluid acrylics and ink. This artwork illustrates the fascinating pigment patterns that form through a layer of black ink.
Flower from Mars
Naturally occurring pigment effects in poured fluid acrylics when layered with black ink.
Red and black fluid acrylics over a layer of white allowing bubbly pigment effects to occur.
By Nancy Wood
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