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Allegory of Spirituality oil painting process

I like the concept of starting with a black and white layer and adding color afterwards! The technique is called grisaille ( say "griz eye" it’s from the french). Here’s a painting I finished last year. It started randomly and developed a narrative but as with all my art, it is not important that you [...]
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