Paintings by Pamela K Beer Contemporary Fine Art seen at Creator's Studio, Sammamish - A Blue Mist

A Blue Mist


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This painting is 48X36X2 on birchwood panel.

Living in the great Northwest, the skies are gray/blue in winter and maybe even in the Spring. The color of blue is a favorite because we live near the water. Misty Island blues are prevalent in the Puget Sound. This Blue Mist painting captures the fog and mist on a cool or cold morning with just the right blue both deep ocean blue and turquoise against a cream backdrop filled with details and layers of golden colors layered with a multitude of other colors to give an optical shift in colors that reflect the light in a very special way.

I used drips of solvent to eat away at the surface layer to reveal hours of layering, details, and colors underneath. As usual, I scratched into it when mostly dry because there is something itchy about a dreary day don't you think?

This work was created on hand made birchwood panel using a unique combination of oil and cold wax medium, mixed and then applied with squeegees and brayers. Layer upon layer went into this with erratic and spontaneous marks depicting my mood at the moment. It virtually glows under great lighting and looks good in artificial and natural light because of the layers of translucent colors applied with the special tools.

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Pamela K Beer Contemporary Fine Art

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Artwork is original and painted in oil and cold wax on wood panel.

Hello, I am a contemporary mixed-media artist and I have this thing for contrast, spaciousness, and lots of layers with just enough textural interest to evoke a sense of abstract abandon. Then it all comes together for a pleasing design of contrast with a little drama. Because, well, life is dramatic. These hallmarks make people smile and bring them a sense of joy because it's hope that I'm pedaling, its just that I use colorful art to do it. I want you to feel good when you look at my work and to find something new each time you regard it. My work begins with Asemic writing, forms, marks, colors, and employs both transparencies and opacities that ebb and flow onto the canvas allowing the viewer to connect with the abstraction of the work yet find something familiar. Current abstract work is Oil and Cold Wax Medium on Birchwood panels in custom made sizes. The paint is applied with a squeegee and brayer rather than bruises for a looser look and feel.