‘Eye of the Storm’
Alcohol ink on 200gsm Yupo Paper.
91 x 64 cm.
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‘Eye of the Storm’ is an artwork in the ‘Indian Summer’ collection. Like all paintings in this collection the inspiration comes from the long West Australian summer.
It seems weird to have a painting in this collection with this title, however storms are very normal here during summer. When painting this we just had a few days with lightning storms and angry skies, which inspired me to paint this painting. I particularly love the depth in the sky, you can almost see the clouds moving.
I do love a good thunderstorm!
This painting was painted using alcohol inks on Yupo paper. Yupo paper is a special synthetic paper, developed specifically for art. It is non porous, making it very easy for the inks to flow freely. It doesn't absorb fluids, therefor it doesn't buckle. It is very thick, and hard to rip.
Alcohol inks are highly pigmented, alcohol based inks. They can be used like other media like oils, acrylics and watercolors. By layering the inks, and by using different techniques, the artist can create a feeling of depth and flow. The thing that is different about these inks is how unpredictable they are, and to what extend one can control them. Guiding the inks takes a certain level of skill, but also the ability to accept their unruliness. I think that’s why I love them so much!
It is finished with several layers of UV protection and varnish to help prevent fading.
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