Money can’t buy 4, is a new original acrylic painting on canvas, whose heroine is a girl who is talking on the phone lying on the floor leaning against the wall. An unconventional composition and a representation of a woman figure.
Painted by a painter at the Academy of Fine Arts. Signed in front, with a certificate of authenticity, protected with fixative.
The fourth painting from the “Money can’t buy” series.
The series “Money can’t buy”
The following quote perfectly brings out the inspiration for this series of paintings:
“It’s good to have money and the things that money can buy, but it’s good, too, to check up once in a while and make sure that you haven’t lost the things that money can’t buy.”
The painting took part in an exhibition of contemporary art, organized by the Daylighted Gallery from San Francisco and by Pragaleria from Warsaw.
Painting technique using acrylic paints, which have a similar characteristic to oil paints. Acrylic paintings are as durable as oil paints.
The most important practical difference between acrylic paints and oil paints is the drying time. Acrylic paints are ideal for painters using sharp and firm brush movements. Mixing acrylic is more difficult than mixing oils just because acrylics are starting to dry quickly. With oils you can mix colors for many days, resulting in a variety of color variations on which acrylics will not give you enough time. This slow process of drying oil can be seen as an advantage for some technicians, but on the other hand, this lengthens the process of image formation.
Another advantage of acrylic is that it can be rinsed with water during work, no solvent to clean brushes, and when dry, the paint layer is waterproof and can quickly overlap both hides and lacquers. Acrylic paint is durable, elastic, resistant to aging, does not turn yellow, does not crumble.
All these advantages contribute to the growing popularity of this painting medium among contemporary artists
Note: Using images of Ania Luk’s paintings can only be done with the written agreement of the artist.