Here is the technical technique by a Canadian artist who paints kissing the canvas
The technique is truly original and curious by a Canadian artist named Alexis Fraser, who creates incredibly detailed portraits by kissing the canvas. To do this, take care of the position and the imprint of each kiss!
Alexis was advertised in oil paintings and felt that this way of painting was not enough for her, so she experimented with this new way of making art. No brushes, no colors, only lipstick, lips and kisses.
For larger portraits there are various sessions of kisses and various packages of lipstick. An example? A portrait of Marylin Monroe, made in 2014, required four days of kisses on the theta and two whole lipsticks.
The technique invented by Alexis was a success and his paintings were highly appreciated by the public, so much so that the artist created a site dedicated to kissing portraits, which joins his site where he exhibits his works made with Traditional techniques .