Polyurethane Protection of Boundary Bay


Polyurethane Protection of Boundary Bay. My Green Brain Exhibition, Vancouver, Canada. Acrylic paint on Raw Canvas. Un-stretched. Cut Jagged. 2002. Artist Lisa Bisbee. 12"x34". B0194
Polyurethane Protection of Boundary Bay. My Green Brain Exhibition, Vancouver, Canada. Acrylic paint on Raw Canvas. Un-stretched. Cut Jagged. 2002. Artist Lisa Bisbee. 12"x34". B0194

Experimentation is so fun. Water and Oil can be shaken to mix, then then they always separate. Attempt at glazing. The oil in the polyurethane stuck with the pigment of the acrylic but separated over top the bottom layer. The curiosity. How and why these molecules bond? This sort of resin needs to be applied outdoors where the fresh air will protect you. I'd love to varnish with non-toxic materials, so if you know of any... please drop me a line, dm the info if you can. Today, I use walnut oil, not varnish, not turpentine, not mineral spirits. Just plain ol' squirrel food, walnut oil, to clean the brushes, to thin the paint, to glaze the canvas. In the detail, you can see the fur of the cat, the hair lost from the brush, the dirt from the wind, and the non-mixable polyurethane surfaced. It's integrity of the materials, the zen of a painting by me, usually a bit of dust in the slopped expression.


Polyurethane Protection of Boundary Bay

My Green Brain Exhibition, Vancouver, Canada

Acrylic paint mixed with polyurethane

Canvas Mounted and matted with foam core.

2002

Artist Lisa Bisbee

12"x34"

B0194


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Detail of: Polyurethane Protection of Boundary Bay. My Green Brain Exhibition, Vancouver, Canada. Acrylic paint on Raw Canvas. Un-stretched. Cut Jagged. 2002. Artist Lisa Bisbee. 12"x34". B0194
Detail of: Polyurethane Protection of Boundary Bay. My Green Brain Exhibition, Vancouver, Canada. Acrylic paint on Raw Canvas. Un-stretched. Cut Jagged. 2002. Artist Lisa Bisbee. 12"x34". B0194

Detail of: Polyurethane Protection of Boundary Bay. My Green Brain Exhibition, Vancouver, Canada. Acrylic paint on Raw Canvas. Un-stretched. Cut Jagged. 2002. Artist Lisa Bisbee. 12"x34". B0194
Detail of: Polyurethane Protection of Boundary Bay. My Green Brain Exhibition, Vancouver, Canada. Acrylic paint on Raw Canvas. Un-stretched. Cut Jagged. 2002. Artist Lisa Bisbee. 12"x34". B0194

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