Triptych Painting – Red Subtlety on Yellow Red Purple

$4,500.00

Paintings – Tryptych – Vibrant and energetic impact to your home or office.

$4,500

Sedona, AZ

About the panels and their creation:

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Left to Right:
Red Subtlety on Yellow, Red Subtlety on Red
and Red Subtlety on Purple

Handsome 3 panels, wood construction, each panel is 48 x 24 x 3 inches. Hanging them six inches apart, gives a full wall width of 84 inches x 48 inches tall x 3 inches deep.

Each has a different background color to which the same 3 colors were applied in many layers using several triangle stencils I made just for this project. The result is a non-objective, monotone effect. They have a rich luster. I painted them with acrylic with an oil over layer. They make a vibrant and energetic impact to your home or office.

Description

Contemporary Fine Art Paintings

The Red Subtlety triptych panels are made of oak wood. They are contemporary fine art paintings. They make a vibrant and strong impact to any interior. Hang them on your home or office wall with pride. They will energize your space for years to come.

I wrote about them and the idea behind them in my blog article. I’ll copy it here for your convenience.

Triptych Painting: Vibrant, Energetic Impact for Home or Office

For the interest of art lovers and art collectors, I will explain my process and theory behind this triptych.

Idea

This was the last in a series of triangle paintings. The idea behind this triptych was to see if I could “bury” the triangle.

Theory

If I paint over the triangle with enough layers, the triangle shape will disappear.

Process

I began with painting each panel a different color for the background with the idea of being a graduated value from light to dark. The first panel was painted yellow; the second, red; and the last panel, purple. Then I used the same three colors on all panels for the top layers.

I made many stencils out of oaktag, which was leftover from my dress designing days. I drew various triangle sizes, differentiating them from solid to outlined. I then cut them out with an x-acto knife. 
 
I worked with all three panels laid down on a table surface, painting the same color on each panel as I progressed. I laid selected stencils on top of the panels and proceeded to paint thinned-down acrylic washes over the panels. With the thinned acrylic paint, I wanted the background color to show or shine through, thus giving me the graduated colors of panels with the final product. Where the stencils lay, it would leave its shape behind. I proceeded in this fashion alternating yellow, red, and purple layers over various stencils. I kept at it until I could barely recognize the triangle shape as part of the composition. 

At the end of the process, I realized that it was next to impossible to entirely “bury” the triangle. It is a part of me as it is part of the infinite.

 
These handsome panels are made of oak wood construction (my own construction), each panel measures 48 x 24 x 3 inches. Hanging them six inches apart, gives a full wall width of 84 inches x 48 inches tall x 3 inches deep.

The final painting result is a non-objective, monotone effect. They have a rich luster. They are painted with acrylic. I completed them with final oil glaze layer. They make a vibrant and energetic impact to your home or office.

 
For inquiries, please contact me, Mary Rae, at MaryRaeStudios@gmail.com.

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