Here's a glimpse into my artistic process and all the fun I had creating this bold piece:
I started with an enormous primed canvas roll cut to something like 6.5 by 7.5 feet. A stepladder was required.
And I did it all with my favorite painting tool: a palette knife!
Then I carefully arranged professional painter's tape into a herringbone-like pattern (this process alone took about 2-3 hours). Next step: apply metallic spray paint in the negative space.
Once the spray paint dried, I removed the tape to reveal the finished product.
Finally I rolled the canvas and shipped it in a shipping tube. Once in Dallas, the painting was stretched over a frame by a professional framer. Thank you Matthew and Christine for this fun commission - it was an honor to paint for you!
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