Skip to product information
1 of 2

Rhia Janta-Cooper Fine Art

Abstract Truck in Bokeh - original painting

Abstract Truck in Bokeh - original painting

Regular price £260.00 GBP
Regular price Sale price £260.00 GBP
Sale Sold out
Tax included. Shipping free.
  • Used colours: dark blue, blue, ultramarine blue, orange, magenta, and teal
  • Materials: paper illustration board, professional grade acrylic paints, high-quality varnish
  • Size: 42 x 27 x 0.3 cm 
  • The original painting still needs to be framed.
  • Style: abstract

I have always been fascinated by the concept of bokeh. I loved how it added a dreamy, hazy quality to photographs, and I have always wondered if I could incorporate it into my art.

One day, I decided to take the plunge. I got out my paper illustration board and acrylic paints and began to experiment by carefully mixing colours - dark blue, blue, ultramarine blue, orange, magenta, and teal - until I had the perfect shades. Then I began to paint.

It was a slow process. I wanted to make sure every stroke was just right. But as I worked, I began to see the bokeh effect emerge. The blurred edges and hazy colours made the painting come alive in a way I had never noticed before.

Finally, after days of work, I stepped back to check the creation. It is a good-looking piece, and I titled it "Abstract Truck in Bokeh". The colours blended seamlessly together, and the bokeh effect gave the painting an otherworldly glow. I like the result.

To ensure that the painting would last, I applied three layers of top-quality varnish. The varnish not only protects the artwork but also adds a lustrous shine that makes the colours even more vibrant.

Sometime later, I still look back on "Abstract Truck in Bokeh" as one of my favourite pieces. It is an affirmation of creativity and the endless possibilities of art.

Bokeh, from Japanese, means blur or haze. It is often used in photography. However, I utilise it in my abstract paintings.

 

View full details