[View] Paintings without the use of fingers or a brush!

September 29, 2011

A painting that has been done without a paintbrush or the use of fingers? The 25-year old Amy Shackleton has a skilled form of making a painting in this form. First watch the video where you can see her paint a painting which has a durating of 30 hours fitted in roughly 2 minutes of video. Amy uses a bottle (with paint in it) and uses gravity to form the lines, she sometimes uses a string more as a guideline. You can see that it has to be accurate in meaning of gravity and the right ammount of paint. The paintings she does are drippy and have allot of depth in it. The colours she uses give a vigour and intense look to the whole picture.

You can visit her website and see more paintings in her gallery. She has several exhibitions throughout the United States, Canada and England, cities like New York, London and Toronto are just a few to name. In her agenda you can see three shows planned in the next few months. So if you’re in the neighbourhood check them out! If not here are a few more examples of the paintings she did:

(via Colossal)


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