Whales Atrium (a Painting Series)
One of my weirdest (and by weird I mean quirky and fun) painting series was the abstract group of paintings that I did in 2010 and which I called “Whales Atrium”*. In this series I played around with various acrylic media and additive in a very exploratory and undirected way. Other than the lack of any direction other than to experiment, the common element to the 12 paintings in this series is the size – all works are on 30 by 30 cm (12 inch) hardboard panels.
Don’t try to read too much into the titles of these works, they were largely an afterthought.
* I am still waiting for someone to “get” the significance of this series title. Let me know if you think you do.
This entry was posted on 2016/12/28 by Randy Talbot. It was filed under abstract painting, acrylic painting, painting, Randall Talbot, Series and was tagged with abstract, acrylic, Eggman, English Garden, Ga Joob, I am He, I'm Crying, If the Sun Don't Shine, non-representational, painting, Penguin Singing, See How They Fly, See How They Run, Sitting on a Cornflake, Smile Like Pigs, Talbot, The Joker Laughs, Whales Atrium.