Size: 60"W x 36"H x 1.75"D
Year Created: 2016
Ready to Hang
Lithosphere 156 is an original, modern art painting from the Lithosphere series. This one-of-a-kind painting was created with acrylic paint on gallery-wrapped Genie collapsible canvas. This large painting has a width of 60 inches and a height of 36 inches with a depth of 1.75 inch (36x60x1.75).
The painting continues onto the edges of the canvas, creating a finished look so the canvas does not require a frame. The colors used in the painting are white, turquoise blue, and iridescent, metallic silver and gold.
The painting has been signed and dated on the back of the canvas and will be signed on the front, unless otherwise requested.
An archival, UV resistant, gloss varnish has been applied to protect the surface of the painting and a certificate of authenticity will be included.
About the Genie collapsible canvas: The painting will be partially disassembled, rolled and shipped to you. You can then reassemble it quickly and easily in less than approximately 5 minutes. I will provide you with assembly instructions and you can view a short video here:
Every customer who has ordered a painting on a Genie Canvas from me has reported that it is incredibly easy to assemble and that the painting and canvas look fabulous. Genie Canvas takes the great cost out of shipping large, gallery-wrapped canvas because instead of shipping via freight, these canvases are rolled and shipped in a professional quality shipping tube. Once the painting has been reassembled, you can apply the heavy-duty hanging wire that comes with it.
Feel free to contact me with any questions you may have. Additional images are always available as well. Thank you!
Hilary Winfield Fine Art © ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
Hilary Winfield is an award-winning, innovative, contemporary fine artist, creating from both intuition and from the energy and inspiration that she absorbs from the world around her. Originally from Washington, North Carolina, she relocated more than fifteen years ago, awed by the amazing beauty of the Pacific Northwest. Winfield derives inspiration from the elements of the environment and from nature, including many unique aspects; weather, rusting metal, aging wood, water, dilapidated buildings, peeling paint, stones and rocks, the city lights at night. She notices magic everywhere, often in unanticipated places; from the surface of a body of water to the rustic, industrial warehouse floor of a manufacturing facility. The creative process for Winfield involves experimenting with various mediums and methods of infusing texture, iridescence and illumination into her work. Winfield’s art is internationally collected and lends a refreshing and energizing vitality while simultaneously portraying great depth and balance. Winfield has been honored with numerous awards for her artwork.