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Image of an overview of  the studio of François Lacasse showing a series of paintings on the walls.

Overview of the artist’s studio showing a series of colourful paintings on the walls.


Image showing some of tubes of oil colours on a table.

View of some of the tubes of oil colours that the artist uses.


Image of the artist François Lacasse squeezing colour straight from a tube onto the canvas.

The artist is squeezing colour straight from a tube onto the canvas lying flat on a work table.


Image showing the artist François Lacasse laying a sheet of clear plastic film over the squiggle of paint from the tube.

The artist is laying a sheet of clear plastic film over the squiggle of paint from the tube. Then he spreads the colour by rubbing the film with his fingers.


Image showing the artist François Lacasse lifting off the plastic film.

The artist is lifting off the plastic film.


Image of the artist François Lacasse depositing the plastic film in another area of the canvas.

The artist is depositing the remains of paint stuck to the plastic film in another area of the canvas.


Image of the artist François Lacasse peeling off the plastic film.

Close-up of the artist peeling off the plastic film with paint stuck to it.


Image showing the artist François Lacasse sponging up the excess paint with a folded sheet of paper.

The artist is sponging up the excess paint by covering it with a folded sheet of paper and rubbing.


Image showing the artist François Lacasse repeting the process several times.

He repeats the process several times.


Image showing the artist François Lacasse repeting again the process several times.

He repeats the process until he is satisfied with the result.


Image of the artist François Lacasse finishing off a coloured squiggle by pressing it with absorbent tracing paper.

The artist is finishing off a coloured squiggle by pressing it with absorbent tracing paper.


 Image showing the artist François Lacasse repeting the entire process all over the canvas.

He repeats the entire process with different colours all over the canvas.