|1. Panels are cut and under-paint color is applied.|
|2. Fragments of posters taken off the street are applied to the panels. |
Then the basic structure of the painting is established with acrylic paint.
4. The painting is developed in oils. Subtle lettering in the warehouse modules on the right panel (hard to see in this photo) come from an old "Carnation Milk" sign. Bands of paint to suggest water are applied with the edge of a piece of wood. Remains of old posts are added to the bottom right corner.
This painting is headed for a group show in New York which opens on April 7th. Watch this space!