Abstraction Improvisation or mathematical procedure ... blends of "real" & "abstract?"
Materials As subject matter (texture, found objects, assemblage, etc)
Art History (Europe) Art which refers to European art history in theme and composition
Art History (Not Europe) Global culture, "Third World," folk art, "outsider" art, children
The Body Allegory (figure) or Individual Identity (in portraits)
Psychology Dream, Myth, Archetype, Shamanistic traditions...
Fact, Fantasy, Utopia. Abstraction; Nature Untamed, or Nature Destroyed
- society Sociology, history, war and peace
Politics - identity Gender and
Politics - technology Science as subject or as procedure
Pop Art Low Culture and High Culture
Spaces Institutional art, installation, time-based, community collaboration
Vitamin P: New Perspectives
in Painting by Barry SchwabskyMATERIALS
Acrylic or Oil
a "warm yellow"
Cadmium Yellow Medium
a "cool yellow"
Cadmium Yellow Light or Pale or Lemon
a "warm red" Cadmium
Red Medium or Light
a "cool red" Quinacradone
Crimson or Alizarin Crimson
a "warm blue"
a "cool blue"
Cobalt Blue or Cerulean Blue or Turquoise Blue
a "warm green"
Sap Green or Chromium Oxide Green or Perm Green Light
a "cool green"
Pthalocyanine Green or Viridian
a "warm brown" Burnt Sienna or burnt umber
a "cool brown" Raw Sienna or raw umber
a "black" Any
Acrylic: Polymer Medium
Oil: Gamsol brand solvent and Liquin brand oil painting medium.
Brushes: "Flat", "Filbert" or "Bright"
(1 large and 1 small) + one "Script" brush
Canvas or Watercolor Paper 140
pound 11x14 pad and/or 22"x30"
sheet whole or cut in halves