139. Amy Shackleton’s Brushless Paintings

Amy Shackleton is an (adorable) artist based in Toronto. She paints in drips – and produces representational works rather than abstractions. They’re pretty cool, and also pretty. I’m generally not a huge fan of her color choices, but I like her technique so much that I had to feature her on here.

Here are a few of her paintings, for your enjoyment.

“Silver Lining.” Gorgeous black and white item.

“Cutting Edge.”

“Coastlines.”

“Boiling point.”

Totally-otally cool. Nice job, Amy. I like it!

November 19, 2012. Art, Rectangles.

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