A Dry Heat vitrine, progress shots

During the Jim Public’s Truck exhibition A Dry Heat I wished I had some visual aids while I discussed the process of making these paintings. Here, at last, are the photos I took last summer when I went back to Las Vegas and retrieved the glass vitrine, from which I had not yet removed the paintings. The water had evaporated, leaving behind the acrylic paint from the different solutions I had mixed for each painting. Click here to see the resulting artwork. Jim Public, A Dry Heat vitrine, progress shot 1 Jim Public, A Dry Heat vitrine, progress shot 2 Jim Public, A Dry Heat vitrine, progress shot 3

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