Glazing can create exceptional decorative effects. Varying the color and fluidity of the glaze on wall surfaces produces transparent or translucent film that tints or modifies the color of the paint beneath it.
The glazing technique’s specific effect consists in dissolving the absolute of a wall in a breathing, non-restricting manner through a transparent surface design. A color glaze on interior walls shall effectively reflect the differentiations of light at different hours of the day and in the course of the year inside the room. The very sensitive interaction between light, shadows and transparent color pigments is of special importance with this technique.
The particular effect is obtained through an interaction of the lightened plaster grain, the shadow side of this plaster grain and the transparent color glaze. A certain grain texture of the surface is, therefore, a prerequisite for a truly aesthetic result.
A similarity to aquarelle painting cannot be denied as it is clearly visible. Both painting types require wet-in-wet applications in order to obtain a uniform, glazing effect. Glazing means to overlay highly liquid transparent layers with each other. Glaze application is, therefore, performed in several steps with different colors.
Whether painting by brush, rolling with a lambskin roller, dabbing with a sponge (in various sizes and types) or using ragging technique, there are almost no limits to a very personal and unique design.
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