LOVE - Artful Spray Painting for Non-painters

Introduction: LOVE - Artful Spray Painting for Non-painters

About: Artist and holistic therapist. Making painting, video, animation, photography, writing and some other funny things. Graduate of Bezalel Art and Design Academy in Jerusalem, Israel

Hello, friends!

This is my spray painting personal interpretation tribute to Robert Indiana's LOVE.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Love_(sculpture)

I loved to record the process of creating the painting as it shows some various approaches to using such a wonderful material as spray colors.

I hope it can help you and make some inspiration to play with cans yourself.

I'd love to answer your questions.

Here are some more examples of my other other paintings showing where you can take it even further:

https://healingarts.myportfolio.com

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Step 1: Setting Up - What's the Best Way to Paint With Spray Color?

I'm sorry I don't write so much about the process in words,

yet I've tried to explain everything in video as short and as clear as I could :)

Step 2: Creating Stencils for Painting Letters

Step 3: Painting the Background, Made of 3 Hues of Violet

Step 4: Painting Great Light Source

Step 5: Creating Cloud Made of Stencil Letters

Step 6: Creating Golden Letters and Golden Rays

Thank you for watching!

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    4 Discussions

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    randofo
    randofo

    1 year ago

    Cool. Do you normally work with spray paint?

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    AndreyLevAri
    AndreyLevAri

    Reply 1 year ago

    I discovered spray painting about a year ago and right away fallen in love with it.
    It helps rather easily to create amazing things
    that are pretty hard to get with acrylic and other colors.

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    Penolopy Bulnick
    Penolopy Bulnick

    1 year ago

    Fun! I like the light flare background :)

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    AndreyLevAri
    AndreyLevAri

    Reply 1 year ago

    Thanks!
    Flare is my favorite part too!
    I have the whole wall at home full of different experiments with the flares :))