PhotoPuck

Small Abstract Paintings

Toronto, Canada On Etsy since 2008

PhotoPuck

Small Abstract Paintings

Toronto, Canada | 12 Sales

Announcement    I've been a photographer and a painter, and my Etsy shop is currently featuring my small acrylic abstract paintings. Perfect room accents, to add a splash of colour.

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Last updated on Nov 10, 2017

I've been a photographer and a painter, and my Etsy shop is currently featuring my small acrylic abstract paintings. Perfect room accents, to add a splash of colour.

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    Sean Puckett

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    About PhotoPuck

    Sales 12
    On Etsy since 2008

    Hi, I'm Sean, I take pictures and print them out.

    Big blocks of vibrant colour giving way to chaotic rainbows. Smooth ripples that turn to smears and jagged spikes. Art that is visually elemental. Art that doesn’t tell you what you are looking at. Art that speaks in silent shouts and susurrations, so your subconscious can whisper to you its own story.

    VIBRANT COLOURS
    Bright reds, brilliantly blending with yellows, blues, greens, indigoes, captivating the senses. I see the natural world this way, and my paintings reflect that vision.

    RICH TEXTURES
    Spikes, waves, splashes, blotches, ridges, smooth surfaces, ripples, raspy points, and everything in between. It’s paint, and it loves to be touched— with careful, clean hands.

    BARE HANDS TECHNIQUE
    I blend and apply paint with my bare hands. All of the textures are created with different kinds of touch and movement, from brushes of fingertips to aggressive slaps and smacks that often result in multicolour splashes of paint flying across the room. My studio even has spatter shields!

    I’m a tactile person, I prefer to touch things when I can. Why should art be any different? I paint them with my hands, and you can appreciate them with your hands, too.

    In my gallery, no one yells at you if you touch the art.

    PANELS AND CANVAS
    Smaller paintings are made on hardboard panels, sometimes covered in canvas. Larger works are made on unframed thin plywood panels or stretched canvas. These are lightweight, durable and inexpensive materials that allow me to keep the cost of making art down.

    You can frame bare panels and canvas after purchase at your own cost, should you wish a different look to compliment your style/decor.

    Transparent paintings are made directly on acrylic sheets, and should be illuminated from behind, as a room divider, or hung in a window as “stained glass.”

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    • Sean M Puckett

      Owner, Photographer

      I've been using a camera for nearly 40 years, and was an early convert to digital photography in the late 90s. With my photos I hope to reach beyond words, so in my view "a photo is worth 1000 words" is about 1000 words too many. Enjoy!

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