Reverse painting glass Paint behind inside
Reverse painting on glass or Paint behind the glass. Paint from inside of the glass. Each glass represent the countries in Asia, especially Asian or South East Asia. The material in the glass/cup is related to the country where was drawn.
This is a part of final project of Advance Painting class in Ohio University. Thank you Prof. Julie Dummermuth, you are my great art teacher.
Firstly, I started to paint in the acrylic sheet, or plexiglass, that was how New Yorkers called it. It was easier than painting in the mini cup though. My professor like it better when it was in the mini cup. It looks more Asian, or Chinese, I guess.
My professor, Julie, she was super nice to me. However, my taste of artwork is to make something rough and to show the brush swing, while my professor like something clean, detailed, and neat. The glass painting is what both of us can meet, like half-way-point, or equilibrium. Do you know why? I can do something mess in the back of the glass, and my professor can see something neat in front of the glass. I was happy with it and I was happy that my professor was happy.
If you want to see the complete gallery, you can see it here, https://www.flickr.com/photos/sw_eden/albums/72157714262860033
This is the mini cup with reversed glass painting for Cambodia or originally Khmer. I cannot find the actual material in Ohio though. I bought foam core and colored it red. This is to make it like the actual sandstone. Sandstone is the red stone used to built the famous Angkor Wat.