Here is another painting in my “Experiments” series:
In this piece I’ve painted a very simple abstract motif in the shape if a wave with a high impasto arch:
I used a warm and high-chroma orange to contrast cooler colours in the background.
All in all, I wanted to see how the pouring medium would affect a typical acrylic abstract painting just by coating it. Here is a view of the side painted with silver:
It seems that the pouting medium doesn’t add anything but a high gloss finish to the painting. Although the gloss has more dimension so it looks more like a clear coating rather than just a painting with high sheen level. It’s a subtle difference but one to take note of.