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Painter in Residence Agnieszka Krawczyk applies layers of paint thickly and then scrapes, chips and sands away to create interesting texture and layers.
This technique is reminiscent of décollage, a technique that artists such as Robert Rauschenburg and Yves Klein used in the 60s – layering posters and ripping in to them to show previous layers. But at the same time there's an antique, vintage look – the piece looks naturally aged and distressed.
To see more of this project, visit the Annie Sloan blog.