I love the way really wet paints interact. The flows and transparencies bloom and develop as it dries, allowing for complexities so unique I couldn't reproduce them if I tried. Opals are just so preciously unique themselves that it seems only right to use my self-developed technique of "gesso soup" to make them appear on canvas in all their magnificence. It was burying gold in those layers that finally solved the riddle.
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