Peach Pipe Corals
Peach Pipe Corals
Entirely Thick Acrylics on 1-1/2 inch Gallery Wrapped Canvas
9x12 inches - original painting
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This is a warm colored painting of pipe corals, or tube sponges is another name for these unique formations under the sea.
Painted here, they are made entirely from thick acrylic paint built up from the palette as skins that are then rolled into these amazing pipe corals, while saving unused paint, and preventing paint from going down the drain and not clogging pipes.
This peach colored piece was made to show students just starting out that it is possible to use less paint, make a smaller piece, and use some new thick paints out on the market to just start small and see that it is totally possible to still make something glamorous with less expense while still adding quality.
The online video course where students would learn how to make this pipe coral sculptured painting also shows how to make your own chunky textured mixes from unused paint and that are archival (lasting over time).
Click links to the left for info on the course or the availability of the original.
Additional angles photographed:
Peach colored pipe corals are 3-dimensional sculptures mounted archivally to a gallery wrapped canvas to form the most unique sculptural painting... all made from thick acrylic unused palette paint.
Side view of peach pipe corals
Custom made chunky texture invented by Ruth Collis, decorate these 3-dimensional pipe corals made of warm colors and shimmering mica flakes... all made of thick acrylics.
Thick chunky tube sponge texture made by Ruth Collis
Sandy colors transform into peach colored pipe corals of dimension in this all acrylic painting.
Various pipe coral shapes make up this warm colored painting of all acrylics.
Left view of mica flakes and texture on these 3-dimensional pipe corals
Thick chunky texture form sand and coral colors on these highly dimensional tube sponges