The Painting of “Coral Spores”
Coral Spores is representative of the colours across the ocean reef when the coral releases its spores.
This painting was very challenging and I used every technique of dotting I know. I created different elements using colours, shapes and direction to fill some of the spaces and represent the various elements of the scene. For me personally, I really like the different elements achieved through using a soft blue tone palette. I am really happy with how it has turned out. It is a picture that does have a lot going on, quite busy in parts, but yet everywhere you look there is something interesting to look at with all the intricate details.
I have calculated that there are approximately 175,000 individual dots on this piece which has ended up being 2 panels totalling 550mm x 1200mm.
This is an Aboriginal art painting by Daniel William Shenstone Romaine.
The original Artwork “Coral Spores” is provided as an industry standard stretched canvas which is 14 ounce Belgian Linen stretched over a 19mm gallery stretcher (ready to hang). This is a guaranteed quality product which will not deteriorate if hung/stored in a suitable environment. (Please ask for further details if required).
The Artwork size is 2 panels totalling 550mm high x 1200mm long and is gesso on Belgian Linen and high quality acrylic paints. It is estimated that there is approximately 145,000 individual dots on this artwork. Included is a photo of Daniel Romaine with the painting. The rear of the artwork is signed by the artist.
This Painting “Coral Spores” was completed in March 2017.
Copyright of this artwork is managed by the artist and is not to be reproduced without the written permission of the artist.
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