Soot and bottles

Exquisite works of art in glass cones can be created not only from the sand. Jim Dingillian uses black as a base to then erasing unnecessary, paint cans inside the beautiful pictures.

At first he fills jars smoke. Fumes and soot are deposited inside the walls of the vessel. Then the jar attached to the anchor bracket, and Jim begins gently, using natseplennyh on thin hooks brushes and brushes, wash the soot from the wall surface. The result of hard work are lovely twilight scenery. Round container gives the paintings a unique depth and volume, which can not be achieved with simple drawings in black and white style.

My paintings evoke vague memories as myself and the fans of my work. Especially the fact that I do enjoy.


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