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"Bits and Giggles" Acrylic on Canvas, Patrick Religion




Patrick Religion is portray “Bits and Giggles” on a medium sized canvas in his studio. The video is a pace portray. Patrick Religion’s methodology is to fold tensional parts on a canvas at once together with his arms, and when the observer perspectives the portray, the observer creates and fulfils the concept that of the portray.

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  1. i buy paint from dick blick. when you look at thier web site, the explain the toxicity of each color. there is a little icon next to each color, and i always go for the ones that are completly non-toxic. these colors come in both acrylic and oils now. i mostly use classical primary colors and mix them either on the canvas or my hand (black/white/yellow/red/blue). I try and pick the colors closest to the primary that is non-toxic. I normally have the most problems trying to find a black.

  2. Really … i paint over "done" paintings all the time … your probably right that is was "done" a couple of times … is kind of irritating when i paint over something … and the 2nd painting is worse … but i think that's part of the journey,

  3. Did you have a lot of coffee before ou did this painting. You see to be moving awful fast? A severe contrast to your SIM last night…lol.

  4. Hi Gleman ! Noticed you visited my virtual reality installation in second life too … please feel free to IM me any time, I'm also perty fanatical on art theory … as you can see with my tensional approach to space.

  5. I have a big video of me painting "man before rust", but i wasn't thinking and took off my shirt … so the only thing i can insure is my beer belly.

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