- Vertical acrylic on heavy artist paper
- Molding medium used for all the shapes
- Outlined underneath painting with charcoal pencil
- Thin acrylic painting resembles watercolor
- Includes archieval white mat and backer board
“High Mountain Falls” is a 9″ x 12″ vertical painting with molding paste on heavy artist paper for acrylic. Dark lines under the paint are charcoal pencil outlining contours of the sculpturing medium. Painted with watercolors in the arbitrary shapes randomly formed with the texturing, the work resembles a landscape.
This piece comes matted with archival white mat and archival backing board. The painting is removable from the mounts. The painting itself is finished with a protective varnish and signed front and back.
Now you know all about it, but where to hang it? Did you pick a spot, or do you need to find one?
Already matted, all you need is a frame. If you hang it in a grouping, you could use the other frames as a guide for how to frame this one. Brown, white, grey, or even black would all work. If you want to hang it by itself, choose a small space beside a bed or chair, a nook in the kitchen, family, or hallway, even a bathroom.