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Typhoon

48.00"W x 36.00"H x 1.5"D

$500 (Shipping Included)

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Elizabeth Conley

Los Angeles, CA

Medium: Painting

Subject Tags: vibrant, bright, wall, dramatic, expressionism, abstract

Media: acrylic, canvas, wooden frame, paint

Size: 48"W x 36"H x 1.5"D

Year Created: 2018

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I was inspired to start this painting during the tragic typhoon in the Philippines last year. Many layers and paint texture creates some mayhem and everywhere you look you see a kind of damage that the typhoon would have caused. Painted with high quality acrylic paints applied to canvas stretched on solid wood frame. Sides are painted and the piece is ready to hang or you can also have box framed.

Hi everybody as of Friday 7th July, 2017 I have been living in Los Angeles for about 12 years and recently decided to move back to Australia where I am originally from. I will upload new pieces asap and I do plan on returning to the USA eventually. In the meantime thank you so much from the bottom of my heart to all of my buyers over the past few years. It has been incredible. Vango is the best!! Here is a little about me; Elizabeth as been painting for many years now and her bold colorful art can be seen hanging in homes and offices all over the world. Originally from Australia and now based in Los Angeles, Elizabeth aims to create art which decorates a space and most importantly gives the viewer a memorable experience. Each painting shares her life expressed on to the canvas with emotion and passion through layers and layers of texture. Elizabeth has found that painting can be an arduous yet worthwhile mental process and is inspired by simply seeing a certain color combination and with urgency begins a new piece. From there the paint is moved around the open canvas and evolves as she is lost in that space and is never more elated than stepping back and knowing that magic has occurred and the piece is ready to share. Art is what Elizabeth needs so as to breathe and painting weaves its way in to her every living moment. Selected Exhibitions: Gus Harper Studios Venice, USA, 2011 The Prince Melbourne, Australia, 2005

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