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|Gail Troth has an exhibition at the Three White Walls Gallery (downstairs at The Mailbox) for the next few weeks. I went along today to see Gail speak and demonstrate the way that she works.
Gail's paintings are made by very carefully dripping paint onto a horizontal canvas, where the individual "cells" of paint push against each other to form the final image. It's painstaking work, in unbroken sessions of up to 12 hours - you can't let it dry and start again tomorrow!
Here's some pictures:
Participant Laura (detail)
Detail of Participant Lauren - note the "cells"
Gail Troth working on a demo canvas
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