‘Perennial’ by Arthur Brouthers
Artist: Arthur Brouthers
Medium: Acrylic, ink, spray paint, diamond dust and resin on wood
Dimensions: 24″ x 24″ x 1.75″
Year of Creation: 2019
About the Artwork:
“Taking time to pause in our natural form, away from devices and media, gives us the opportunity to lift the veil of distraction. Remembering our eternal egoless selves.
This piece is composed of whites, iridescent paints, ink transfer, and clear resin to cast shadows and depth between each layer.” – Arthur Brouthers
About the Artist:
Arthur Brouthers is well known in the world of social media as a pioneer of an abstract fluid painting technique that achieves cellular like separations, with the use of acrylic paints and other chemical agents. In his figurative works, these unconventional methods are used as bottom layers or the “skins” of his subjects. Arthur uses anywhere from 4 to 15 layers of clear resin between layers of acrylic paint, pigmented inks, and spray paint to show depth, giving a 3D effect.