I'm happy to share with you an evolutionary liquid motion novelty I have re-imagined for 2017. Each one is hand filled with thick viscous oils in small batches, and no two are identical. Find out more at www.colordripper.com
Artist Updates, New Projects, Products & Artwork
Caution: wet paint. New paintings in progress by artist Brian Moss, as well as updates on current projects, ideas or artworks not yet finished, and other art oriented updates
12 new postcards are now available, including liquid cards, as well as some colorful paintings & digital manipulations.
These (and all reprints) now feature a minimalist template with no painting titles on the back, offering maximum whitespace.
My copyright © declaration still doubles as an analog web url, while a tiny QR code links to the postcards page where one can find out the title, medium, size, and often a rambling description.
If you have feedback reach out or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Stern Pinball unveiled the Aerosmith pin today at CES. It is one of the first machines to make use an LCD back screen, and the art by Dirty Donny looks sick. You can see a few shots of the fluid bubble animations I created for this project in action on their facebook.
I was always reluctant to experiment with epoxy & resin because I thought it would be messy (and it is). What I didn't appreciate was how different it is than painting on canvas. There is such a short window to work with the paint before it hardens leaving little room contemplation, only action.
Below is a multi-layered piece with iridescent paints; there are a few more examples on my homepage. I'll share more details about this project soon..
I am reigniting my restructured weekly art series, which I'll now be sharing at www.brianmossart.com/fractalfridayRead More
This has been washed with inks and various solvents, such as rubbing alcohol, to dry out the pigments a bit. This will allow me to add brighter colors on top in the foreground.
I am in a bit of a holding pattern with this one and am not sure what direction it is going to go. It may look as though I have plopped a bunch of paint onto it, but there are 5 different shades of yellow so I have put thought into the randomness.
You can see some areas where I have sketched out ideas or lines, but I have no idea how it will end up. Stay tuned...
A couple of quick notes:
- I have officially recapitalized my company name from 'bRiAN moSs ARt' → 'Brian Moss Art' ..
- I am no longer printing painting titles on the backs of future Brian Moss Art postcards
Since it has taken what feels like years to revamp my website, I thought this would be a fitting piece to share in my "wet paint" section. The painting pictured was started in early 2014, brushed aside, and picked back up more recently although I haven't added much to it. This reminds me of a quote (possibly) mis-attributed to da Vinci:
"Art is never finished, only abandoned"
The name Taiga is the Russian word for 'Forest' and it is inspired by a number of trips to festivals. I don't know if I want to add fine pen details, or leave it as is in this dreamy abstract state. To be continued ..... possibly
2014 ― present
20" x 30"
Pen & ink, marker, dry eraser marker, acrylic, spray paint
I will make an effort to regularly post work or ideas in progress here. Primarily I'll showcase my own work, with more of an emphasis on paintings, and less on other pursuits. I will feature a heavy ratio of images to text so it doesn't feel like a "blog"
I have about a dozen large studio paintings on display at The Camel in RVA again this month. The bar side of the venue also features a wall of liquid dot lighting prints throughout the month of February. They are located at 1621 W. Broad Street, Richmond, VA 23220 and feature live music 7 nights a week. I would like to extend a big thank you to them for their support of the local arts.
I'll be debuting several 20" x 30" works at this show, including these two unfinished gems: