Hello, this will be my first post to the forum, however I intend it to be the first of many. I am 'new' to the art world as well, in terms of publicity, however my works may be seen at a level beyond novice regardless.
My painting is done with paint made from acacia confusa bark, and I have used this on many mediums now, starting with bedroom walls and a toothbrush, to canvas and paper; I have expanded into larger platforms, with examples of acacia paint being used on glass, plywood and tapestry, in various methods with other washes applied, acrylics and gouache/watercolors being used in combination, along with other mixing techniques such as texturization.
All in all tho, I believe art speaks for itself, and transcends English surely, so I will let some photos speak
I found 'watercolor' the most fitting section but I wasn't quite sure.
Photos 1+2 - 'Wasteland Garbage' - Acrylics, Acacia, Gouache + Glass Beads on Plywood - 6x8ft
Photo 3 - a slightly digitally enhanced plywood work of acrylics, gouache + Acacia
Photo 4 - one of my very early works titled 'Acacian Destruction', gouache+Acacia wash; when the wash was applied the paint was smeared and the painting basically destroyed in the process. I was inexperienced with the acacia paint at the time this was done, and this was one of the first canvasses I ever painted on. painted at the Mackinac Bridge.