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3-D Painting on Metal Mobius Strip – “Flowings”

This is a video showing a 3-D painting I designed and created called “Flowings” on a metal mobius strip. It’s oil paint – 5 1/2′ w x 18″ h x 3′ deep. It turns 360 degrees and can be seen from the inside and out. It’s an infinity painting and never ends. I painted this to benefit The Harpeth River Conservancy in Nashville, Tennessee . 

I have loved painting this piece about water. It tells a story of water flowing through the atmosphere, to the mountains and streams all the way to the ocean and back. Water is one of our most precious resources and we need to protect it. The Harpeth River Conservancy protects the waters in middle Tennessee. They do such great work. The majority of the money raised to purchase this piece will go to the  non-profit. I’m honored to get to support The Harpeth River Conservancy in this way.

“Flowings” will sell this fall. If you have any interest in purchasing this original work of art, please let me know.

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New Video On How To Prep and Paint On Metal

Have you ever thought about painting on metal and wondered how to do it? I address that in my newest video on how to paint on a metal Mobius strip. Because I used Bondo to disguise the seam, I needed to prime it before painting. You can actually paint directly on new metal like this with oil if it’s been sanded and cleaned. It’s a wonderful surface! Try it!

 

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Welcome to Rachael McCampbell Art Studio

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