One of the more interesting parts of this paper-making process is the pulp and the fabric that carries it as it weaves through the driers - becoming, as it wends through the finished product - paper. It becomes paper that stands alone, no longer needing to be carried by the fabric. I had hoped, before I went inside the mill to see the driers but they are now contained within a large chicken coop kind of structure - a building in a building - making that impossible. So for this stage of the process, I closed in on the emergence of the paper from the the driers, just before it goes to get rolled up in the final stage of the actual process of making paper. I know it doesn't look it but I did, in fact, make this painting with a more relaxed approach. I didn't get over strict with either the color or the edges. when I painted it became more relaxed and casual - at least that is how I see it.
Medium: Acrylic paint on canvas Framed with a one and a half inch wide - square black frame (not shown here) Size: 24 inches x 30 inches Price: $3,000.00 (This price does not include applicable sales tax or shipping)