My abstract paintings about textiles, surfaces and textures. by Adam Donaldson Powell on Dec 09, 2019December 9, 2019 Crumpled paper (Oil on canvas). Deconstructed pond, oil on canvas, 40×40 cm. (An exploration of the zone in between Minimalism and Abstract Expressionism.) Stop the genocide! (Oil on linen). Sunset reflecting through Venetian blinds, onto wooden floor. Sandpaper – torn and lightly used (Oil on canvas). «Il tessuto dell’uomo», oil on canvas, 55 x 46 cm., explores Florentine textiles and the noblemen who adorned themselves with them. On a more conceptual scale the painting alludes to «the fabric» of humanity itself. In an age when oil paintings have little chance of competing with the internet, television and video games, I decided to paint an abstract depiction of a video game shooting gallery against a concrete background — no penetration. Wrinkled aluminum (Oil on canvas). « Détail du salon de Mercure — Château de Versailles », 50 x 50 cm., oil on canvas. My painting rag (oil on canvas, 80 x 80 cm.). Aged stone (Oil on styrofoam). Steel wool (Oil on canvas). Rate this:Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related Post navigation Previous: My paintings with political themes.Next: The art and soul of geometric painting.