Painting with Gravity
This video takes you inside the studio of painter George Oommen, who demonstrates how he uses spray bottles of water or turpentine to produce the signature lines of color in his paintings using a natural drip effect. Watch Oommen's creative process below, then read more about him in "Tropical Abstractions," from the September-October 2010 issue.
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