Video Demonstrating The Effects of Interference Paint

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The video above is a visual example of the lighting effects of interference paint. ‘Interference paint’ reflects half of the light spectrum. This means that blue pain will appear blue when viewed from straight on, but yellow when viewed from the side.

This quality of the paint gives life to the work as the image changes depending upon the light and where the viewer stands.

The video shows some of this effect as it depicts light coming in from two or more angles using four paintings as examples: Coldwater II, Coldwater IV, Warmwater II, and Converge.

Below are views of other paintings under different lighting conditions.

Southwest Dawn, 10″ x 8″, (two views) inteference paint mixed media on cradled

Southwest Dawn, 10″ x 8″, (two views) inteference paint mixed media on cradled

Warm Beginnings, 11″ x 14″, (two views) inteference paint mixed media on cradled

Warm Beginnings, 11″ x 14″, (two views) inteference paint mixed media on cradled

Warm Water, 10″ x 10″, (three views) inteference paint mixed media on cradled panel.

Warm Water, 10″ x 10″, (three views) inteference paint mixed media on cradled panel.

Convergence, 10″ x 10″, (two views) inteference paint mixed media on cradled panel.

Convergence, 10″ x 10″, (two views) inteference paint mixed media on cradled panel.

Longings of the Heart, 20″ x 16″, (two views) inteference paint mixed media on cradled panel.

Longings of the Heart, 20″ x 16″, (two views) inteference paint mixed media on cradled panel.