Stone Paintings Creation Process The painting’s base is a pice of wood of Birch or Aspen tree. The frame is shaped with a special-shaped milling cutter mashine, it is polished and cleaned, and afterwards the edges of the frame are painted and varnished. The drawing is made with ornamental Ural stones. The stones are crashed into different fractions and is sown trhough sieves to get powder of different sizes. Afterwards, some stones are painted, mostly marble because it is more susceptible to pigments. Other stones used are jasper, serpentine, serpentinite, gabra, mica, shungite, bloodstone, dolomite, ophiocalcite, quartz, smalt, lapis lazuli and others. The drawing is applied manually to the adhesive base, which is created using PVA glue. The work begins with the background with the smallest fraction of the stones, and then larger pieces are used. The foreground is made with the largest fractions, so the visual volume of work is achieved. If you have any questions, we are always available to answer! To get in touch with us click on the Heka Naturals link just below the Add to Basket button and then click on Ask a Question button on the right.
|Dimensions||18.7007873825 x 11.6929133739 x 0.7086614166 in|