About this artwork
The idea originated with a pencil sketch of a wizard cat. In this painting, I used stencils to create random patterns that I would enhance or embellish with freehand airbrush work. Most of the forms originate spontaneously as I work.

My method of painting is subtractive. I spray very thin acrylics with an airbrush, then remove layers and model forms with various fine tip erasers. This process is repeated many times to build tonal values and depth. The result is photographic and sculptural in appearance. It's a technique that I've developed and used for over 30 years.

The Mystic Cat

A. Andrew Gonzalez
Brittany, France, France
Airbrushed acrylic on Claybord wood panel
30 x 40 x 0.5 cm
€6,000 incl. VAT
About this artwork
The idea originated with a pencil sketch of a wizard cat. In this painting, I used stencils to create random patterns that I would enhance or embellish with freehand airbrush work. Most of the forms originate spontaneously as I work.

My method of painting is subtractive. I spray very thin acrylics with an airbrush, then remove layers and model forms with various fine tip erasers. This process is repeated many times to build tonal values and depth. The result is photographic and sculptural in appearance. It's a technique that I've developed and used for over 30 years.

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