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kate shaw

kate shaw

Kate Shaw - her method is to pour acrylic skins onto paper, then collages shapes together dependant on the natural formation of the patterns, to create landscapes, often mountains and lakes.

Kate Shaw - her method is to pour acrylic skins onto paper, then collages shapes together dependant on the natural formation of the patterns, to create landscapes, often mountains and lakes.

Kate Shaw   Uncanny Valleys inspiration

Kate Shaw - Uncanny Valleys

Kate Shaw Uncanny Valleys inspiration

The techniques Australian artist Kate Shaw is using to create her wonderful works are pretty unique: first, she pours skins of acrylic paint and lets them form naturally; then she looks for landscapes within these abstract forms to cut and reassemble. The outcome are collages that remind you of natural landscapes, showing trees, mountains and lakes, but still giving you a surreal sensation.

Poured out landscapes by Australian artist Kate Shaw

The techniques Australian artist Kate Shaw is using to create her wonderful works are pretty unique: first, she pours skins of acrylic paint and lets them form naturally; then she looks for landscapes within these abstract forms to cut and reassemble. The outcome are collages that remind you of natural landscapes, showing trees, mountains and lakes, but still giving you a surreal sensation.

Lisa krannichfeld

lisa krannichfeld (The Jealous Curator)

Lisa krannichfeld

“Tiny Tooth” by Jisoo Kim* Blog/Website | (http://jisook86.tumblr.com/)

“Tiny Tooth” by Jisoo Kim* Blog/Website | (http://jisook86.tumblr.com/)

Kate Shaw / Illusionist, 60cm x 180cm, acrylic and resin on board, 2007

Kate Shaw / Illusionist, 60cm x 180cm, acrylic and resin on board, 2007

paintings by kate shaw

paintings by kate shaw

Peter Wileman.

Peter Wileman.

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