Abstract oil painting ascending landscape

Abstract oil painting ascending landscape

I used the  blank canvas  as a starting point,thick blue paint was applied at the top which allowed the  paint to drip  so  this was the beginning of  this painting.

As the paint dripped I used my brushes to guide the paint,which creates figures and shapes in this abstract oil painting.

In conclusion,gravity completes this oil painting creating perhaps a visual map,a destination in a landscape of stars. 
What do you think?

Why? My creative process!

Because I use  Color,line and space and gravity

For example,I think about beginnings and endings of any moment and that  exact moment of the beginning and the end.

For instance,this painting took 4 months to complete and the  process includes "stretching" the canvas over the wood frame.

But I do not use "Pre-stretched canvas and  no sketches were done.

You might be surprised that I use over 50 different types and styles of brushes

Why?This creates different textures,adding to how you see this oil painting.

How many tubes of oil paint? Over  100 different tubes!

As I use many different colors which add to this abstract art.

Above the horizon,blue shades of paint gravitate into the colorful  landscape,branching into figures and shapes. 

Drips of color ,shapes, lines of shades of colors in this Abstract  oil painting.

Multiple layers of thinly applied oil paint reveal radiant color and detail.


I do not make copies of my paintings nor limited editions.

There is only only one original unique modern work ,detail pictures reveal brushwork and  vertical drips 

Abstract oil painting ascending landscape 

 Signed and dated on the reverse.

Detail photos reveal depth of color.


  • Paintbrush
  • Canvas
  • Oil Painting 
  • Artwork
  • Abstract oil
  • Contemporary Art 
  • Rubell abstract 

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