DescriptionI got this idea from a good friend who drew up a crude sketch the laid out his idea. I painted the open door to show what would happen if you answered Jesus knock at the door. I painted the cross at the entrance of the door and showed the shadow of it on the ground leading inside toward the observer. I coated the entire painting with a flat black and almost went too far with it. The whole canvas was very, very dark. I had intended to use silver to show light radiating from just behind the cross, and since the painting was already so dark, I used more silver to brighten the piece up. The last thing that I wanted was for this particular painting to be dark. I had to repaint the cross and the lettering in black. The result was quite surprising, and I am very pleased with the brightness of the image and the high contrast the black paint against the silver.Original Painting is acrylic on 24 X 48 stretched canvas.
Steven Doucette, Willis, TX Member Since January 2012 Artist Statement Welcome to the Doucette Online Gallery page at imagekind! Please browse to 2 galleries below for the collections of unique Biblical and Christian peices.
All paintings feature a bold and unique style of contrast layers that combine into one-of-a-kind imagery that depicts the power and love of God Almighty!
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