"Fire In the Sky"
11" x 14"
Alcohol Ink on Yupo
This is another painting that began as a simple, single-layered piece... meaning that all the color was dropped on the wet alcohol on the first pass. It was "nice" but it wasn't fab.
I disrupted the niceness of the first layer by adding multiple layers on top. If you recall from an earlier blog I mentioned that when wet ink pushes away dry ink it forms "fences." Well, the dark parts of any of these images are made by stacked up transparent colors. There is no black or so-called dark inks. They are all highly transparent, beautiful colors — just bunched up on top of one another to form dark.