Paintings by Allison Cortson. Los Angeles.
truly beautiful pieces of art
the 4th pic down of guy eating chips, is a pic taken in the late Forrest J Ackermans kitchen.
incredible! great work!
BOOOOOOOM yeah! amazing workmanship.
very unique can you say gaazunheit? lol
I like these a lot!
amazing works, i like them 500 points.
+2 points for the 5th one down.. extra amazing
you should mention how they are made with dust!
i wasn’t exactly sure what that meant when i read it, i guess she uses the dust and seals it and then paints over? maybe she can clarify!
alison- thanks for sharing your work. Love the large scale and chiaroscuro of your pieces. Where did you learn to disegnare/”draw”. Che bellezza!
The backgrounds of these paintings are made from the dust of the subject’s home. It’s literally glued onto the canvas and sealed with a fixative. I add more dust with acrylic medium to create the shadows. http://www.allisoncortson.com Thanks!
beautiful and highly original pieces! Congratulations
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