This artwork is an original Abstract Expressionist, one off work by the artist, being Abstract Expressionist.
This work is inspired by the feeling of when things come into contact it’s not in a perfect way when I mean things I mean people and objects – there is a real asymmetry about life. According to Buddhism, this asymmetry makes all things unique and perfect. This is Painted in the style of abstract expressionism. This is quite a light piece, with many different vivid colours merging into each other.
I like using acrylics as the colours blend so well together.
This work is painted on heavy weight Holncorp Gallery linen canvas and has been sealed with varnish. The canvas is stretched onto a frame is 207 cm in width by 85 cm height.
This work was created in July 2017.
In my paintings, I use finest quality professional Liquitex acrylic paints, gallery canvas. The painting was sprayed with a glaze of varnish.
A Certificate of Authenticity with hologram – verification is attached to the image.
FRAMED AND INTERIOR IMAGES
In the photos of this Abstract Expressionist work, the painting is shown mounted on a wall, these are purely for illustrative purposes. You should review the dimension of the artwork to be sure the work suits your needs. In the case when a painting is sold without a frame, of course, you can add a frame of your choosing and so it will add to the overall dimensions.
Shipping costs for this work internationally can be prohibitively expensive but the canvases can be taken off the stretchers and rolled up and shipped in a crate, would attract FREE SHIPPING. However, the buyer would need to have the canvases remounted. If you wish to have to means of shipping please notify me before purchase. If you would like FREE SHIPPING, then the work will be sent rolled up off the frame. However, if you require the work sent mounted on a frame then please contact me for shipping costs.
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