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  1. Hi ArtByters

    Intrigued and fascinated and only on my first coffee of the day ... looking forward to solids ... Scottish anthropologist, filmmaker, photographer, artist working in Seville, Andalucia, Spain and in Glasgow, Edinburgh, St Andrews, Scotland, and Elsewhere, and in Second Life. First link my artmontgomery pages: artmontgomery-neil First image post: one from the Setas Acuarelas series ...
  2. Setas Acuarelas

    Setas Acuarelas is part of a larger project called La Gente de las Setas - Mushroom People - but more on that later. These are experiments in the movement of paint, the relationship between artist and medium, exploring texture and form. The basic shapes are generic mushroom shapes filled with me playing with paint; they are not representative images nor completely abstract but a combination of reality and fantasy. Shown: SA0174
  3. SA0174 Detail

    From the album Setas Acuarelas

    Detail from SA0174 showing how some heavier pigments push lighter ones around, creating borders that are sometimes quite hard edged and sometimes they bleed in beautiful organic forms - the paints here are by Daniel Smith - I love iridescence taking part in mushroom experience!

    © Copyright Neil Montgomery

  4. SA0088

    From the album Setas Acuarelas

    SA0088 pushes extremely vibrant colours in bold contrast to their softer counterparts in the pinks and blues as if combining flesh with jewellery. As can be seen in the second image, a detail, the iridescent gold is a powerful component that as you gaze at the painting from different angles flashes from an almost brilliant white gold to a deep, rich yellow gold. On close inspection, detail 2, the gold becomes dust and the ridges between the shifting colours produces a gorgeous 3D effect that reveals an earthy inner core.

    © Copyright Neil Montgomery