Composition number 3

Iskan Sabitovich Ilyazov • Painting, July 2015, 50×50×2 cm
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Art form: Painting
Subject and objects: Marina
Style of art: Abstractionism
Technique: Oil
Materials: Canvas
Date of creation: July 2015
Size: 50×50×2 cm

Description of the artwork «Composition number 3»

I started to like lavender rectangles. I shot them on the phone playing around, go around, did not notice the shooting point not in the center of the picture and had to cut the resulting truncated pyramid to a square on the computer, it would be necessary to reshoot so that the geometry would not be distorted.

I framed and hung this smallest of the canvases I bought (50 by 50 cm) in Cannes on the wall in my apartment. No, I'm lying, then I bought one even less than 20x30 cm and put it on my palette, I liked its springiness, when mixing colors, it is superimposed on the juiciness of the palette knife flexion and recalls the memories (sorry for the tautology) of the ass and freshmen of the freshman under MY fingers.

Funny, the lavender picture cost me no more than twenty dollars, including the panties put on the rags and the share of the gas burned to the SCHOOLCHILDREN store and the amortization of Merce.
I quickly, from the third redistribution (not cast iron) found a general harmony that suited me. I calmed down when the “test word” sounded: the color of the triangle and the color of the smallest rectangle came closer and closer, although I went to the shade of the triangle from the French purple Deep Purple from the French company SENNELIER, and the rectangle from the deep blue of the English company DALER ROWNEY.

I looked and didn’t buy a pantone, it’s not Chinese, but “live” staff, from 55 euros for the simplest to 699 euros for the thickness of the Bible, but I think that these two shades I came to are on the same sheet.