“Rainy Day Monday” (details)

“Rainy Day Monday” Diptych (detail #1,) acrylic paint on a 3D canvas.

This series of photos was a rather difficult task, and while I didn’t really succeed in accurate depictions (as can be seen in the varying tonal qualities,) I think I managed to share how these pieces interact with space and light?

“Rainy Day Monday” Diptych (detail #2,) acrylic paint on a 3D canvas.

The intended focus of this piece are the multiple dimensions and use of materials, to best share this I tried to change my angle of approach as much as possible from photo to photo. For the sake of authenticity and honest depiction, I used daylight lamps (5500/5600 Kelvin) and allowed the light from my garden window to blend with the light of the lamps, still the colors varied from photo to photo? It may seem unlikely but I’ve used no filtering to allow viewing to be as natural as a camera possibly can.

“Rainy Day Monday” Diptych (detail #3,) acrylic paint on a 3D canvas.
“Rainy Day Monday” Diptych (detail #4,) acrylic paint on a 3D canvas.

“Rainy Day Monday” Diptych (detail #5,) acrylic paint on a 3D canvas.

This photo has what seems more like a late afternoon sun hitting the painting, which didn’t happen but if you keep that in mind and use the other photos for cross-reference you may have a better idea of the colors? I just didn’t want to start manually altering any of the photos in fear of losing the integrity of the photo.

“Rainy Day Monday” Diptych (detail #6,) acrylic paint on a 3D canvas.

These colors are actually close to how I see them myself in the painting, I hope that helps?

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