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Product description: 30X40 Hand Embelished Edition/ Signed and Fingerprinted By Artist With Certificate of Authenticity. SUMMARY: Marta Gottfried Wiley uses the Alternative Process of Oxidation DIMENSIONS: 30X40 FULL DESCRIPTION: Marta Gottfried Wiley uses the Alternative Process of Oxidation on paintings using Crackle, Batik, Painting, Printing, Photography, Stencils, Mixed Media Papers, Pencil, Oils and Acrylics. The Alternative Process term covers approximately 35 different processes for the final unconventional effect. Oxidation is the act of applying metal oxides to the paintings, mixing with water, you can create an effect of aged surfaces. Marta paints with a Crackle glaze. She uses tiny cracks in the glaze to decorate. Often rubbed in with coloring material. Crazing is the fine cracks that occur on the glaze. Batik/Parrafin or beeswax is used to resist paint or dye on fabric or paper. Designs and patterns are produced on the unwaxed areas. She also uses Collage; Collage is from the French meaning "paste up". The combination of pieces of cloth, magazines and other found objects to create artwork.
 
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Arabian II

Paintings by Marta G. Wiley Studios

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  • Product ID#: 13053
  • Dimensions: 40" width x30" height x" depth
  • Materials: Mixed Media, Mixed Media

Artwork Description: 30X40 Hand Embelished Edition/ Signed and Fingerprinted By Artist With Certificate of Authenticity.

SUMMARY:

Marta Gottfried Wiley uses the Alternative Process of Oxidation

DIMENSIONS:

30X40

FULL DESCRIPTION:

Marta Gottfried Wiley uses the Alternative Process of Oxidation on paintings using Crackle, Batik, Painting, Printing, Photography, Stencils, Mixed Media Papers, Pencil, Oils and Acrylics. The Alternative Process term covers approximately 35 different processes for the final unconventional effect. Oxidation is the act of applying metal oxides to the paintings, mixing with water, you can create an effect of aged surfaces.
Marta paints with a Crackle glaze. She uses tiny cracks in the glaze to decorate. Often rubbed in with coloring material. Crazing is the fine cracks that occur on the glaze. Batik/Parrafin or beeswax is used to resist paint or dye on fabric or paper. Designs and patterns are produced on the unwaxed areas. She also uses Collage; Collage is from the French meaning "paste up". The combination of pieces of cloth, magazines and other found objects to create artwork.

MARTA GOTTFRIED WILEY Born in Coyocan, Mexico (near Mexico City) of Jewish decent, Marta Gottfried Wiley had the unique opportunity to grow up and develop as an artist from a very young age within a diverse, cultural mecca - in the very same place where Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo lived and painted. Marta was guided and supported in her artistic explorations by my her Grandmother – herself an accomplished artist, recognized by the Mexican government as a National Treasure. Marta's early formative years were spent within Mexico, followed by Miami, Florida...read more