Originals: 2018 Collection
One Thing Leads To Another
Original Abstract Painting on Canvas
Title: One Thing Leads To Another - #071818
Size: 36" w x 36" h x 1.5" (2 panels..each panel is 18" x 36" x 1.5")
Medium: Acrylic, oil, oil pastels and graphite on canvas
Original: Yes. Original by Michel Keck.
Signed: Yes. artist signed.
This listing is for the original painting, this is not a print. It is a one of a kind piece of art and is signed on both the front and the back of the painting.
My abstract paintings are almost always a combination of many types of paints; acrylic, oil, water as well as graphite and oil pastels. I often scribble into my works with different inks, grapites and oils... really anything that I can get my hands on is free game when I am creating.
This piece is titled "For What It's Worth". The great majority of my abstract art pieces are titled from song titles or song lyrics. It is always a lyric or title of a song that I am listening to while creating that just stands out to me and takes over as the 'theme' for the basis of my creation. Many times a lyric will hit me in the midst of painting and I will find myself hitting the 'replay' over and over until the completion of the painting. Other times I seem to paint almost in a dream like state and the title of the painting is chosen as I am just feeling my painting coming to an end. As I feel the end of the painting drawing near I often choose a lyric that strikes me in whatever song I am listening to as the painting is being finished.
I do not create without music. It is the one thing that is a constant in my studio. It is probably the only thing that is a constant in my studio. When I am painting one of my original abstract paintings it is a result of simply 'doing' not thinking. It is an automatic process for me.. like breathing.
If you are not in the market to purchase the original you can order this work as a giclee print in one of two options. You can purchase this artwork as one piece, or in a diptych (two panel) option.
This one of a kind original is stretched canvas on 1.5" stretcher bars. It has been sprayed with a museum quality protective coating.
If you have any questions please feel free to contact me direct at 812.859.4191.