Thick texture and impasto are very effective techniques. Paintings painted with the impasto technique give stunning visual effects and catch the eye of every viewer. Matter structure. Every artist dreams of creating works of art that will delight everyone – from novices to outstanding critics. While a talented artist can certainly create captivating images using a variety of techniques, no other technique is as effective as thick texture and impasto. Such paintings are usually painted with a spatula, but you can also do it with a brush. Spatula painting does not reflect all the details of the presented object, but only the overall impression. Famous artists such as Jackson Pollock or van Gogh used certain techniques that allowed them not only to create rich, textured surfaces that were visually stunning, but also to create works that convey deep feelings and emotions. They used heavy invoicing and layering techniques to achieve great results.
Impasto is basically an accumulation of thick paint. This is true extreme painting. Personally, I like the textural technique, in which a large amount of paint is applied to the canvas with a spatula. The textured oil paintings are compositions distinguished by their original style. Paintings painted with a palette knife are unique artistic works, distinguished by their style and form, and they look completely different from traditional paintings painted with a brush. The texture of the compositions painted with a spatula is expressive and uneven. It creates unique visual effects, which are their characteristic. The three-dimensional structure of the paint creates beautiful contemporary compositions with attractive styles. Artistic themes and motifs made with a putty knife on a canvas can basically be considered as secondary to painting matter. All paintings with a distinct texture are unique compositions used for interior design.