Painted with miracle bubbles, acrylic paint and brush.

aaron a amyx

Delta, United States

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Artist's Description

Nothing better to do, when your up to your neck in a desert filled with breeze. sand and the smell of various odors at various times. So I wondered how I could add paint to paper while blowing miracle bubbles. Experiment after Experiment, and I finally did it. Size of actual page: 8.5 × 11′’ / Some bubble creations (seen here) were done with a bubble within a bubble.

The swirls and inside blotches is what the wet paint was doing before bubbles would pop and disappear. So it’s like a photographic image of how things were spinning and floating before the bubble wood pop and leave the paint on paper.

After blown bubbles would catch onto the water color paper. I would send a thin brush down through the top shell of each one and add drops of wet paint to the paper before the bubble would break.

’’It’s a fun task and very interesting on how I do this. Out of many hundreds of children I’ve done this in front of. They each would try and fail in making it work until they would pay more attention on how I dip the brush in the paint first. Most would never notice it! ’’It’s like how magic is done mostly.

If you need to know the method. Just contact me through here.

’’Want to know how to paint images on a bird feather without having to shalack the feather in glue? I did! And the sensation started up where people would cheat the system and coat the back of the feathers first before painting scenery on them. My first painted feathers were made in the Galaxy Meteorites before I would share the style on the web a few years later.

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