From the Resene News – issue 3/2004
Paint abuse - A young artist and Resene Enamacryl
In the words of the artist herself, Resene Enamacryl has been subjected to, and withstood, considerable abuse in the course of new artist Lois Perry, an up and coming Auckland artist, focused exclusively on using Resene Enamacryl gloss waterborne enamel with a Resene Quick Dry acrylic primer undercoat over substrates of aluminium, canvas and board as part of a final study year for a Master of Fine Arts at Elam. Despite the abuse, the colour strength has shone through and the paint remained tough and flexible. The finished works are abstract and brilliantly colourful with an eye-catching glossy surface.
Each painting began life as a horizontal/vertical weaving pattern individually worked by the artist to allow colours to assert themselves and flow through and over each other creating a myriad of new colour blends as multiple colours intersect.
Artist: Lois Perry
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