Saturday, March 17, 2012

Crunched Paper - SOLD

This week I'm hosting the Daily Paintworks Challenge. The challenge? Painting a piece of crunched-up paper! It's a great way to study relative values and shapes. And very easy to find props : ) This one kind of reminds me of a flower.
6"x6" / oil on archival panel / $100 (includes free shipping worldwide)

5 comments:

William Ternay said...

Just want you to know that of all the many paintings of crumbled up paper I wished I'd painted, this is the most beautiful.
I think I'll make this the next assignment for my students.
Seriously, this is elegant.

Crystal Cook said...

I LOVE this Kim! Such a cool idea. :) And I think I'm going tohave to do this one, but with pink paper. :D

Barbara M. said...

Hi Kim,

I remember this was one of the tests for entrance into OCAD. We had to do it with pencil. I love yours. It's very beautiful.

When you say archival panel. Is it wood, or canvas over carboard? Just wondering because I might like to try some.

XO Barbara

Sunny Avocado said...

Cool challenge! Cool piece!

Kim Rempel said...

Bill - Thanks!
Crystal - I would love to see a pink crunched paper painting : )
Barbara - I paint on RayMar Canvas panels (linen and cotton) based in Arizona. They're excellent but haven't been able to find a similar product in Canada.
Thank you Sunny ; )