Subject Tags: teacher, physiology, brainwave, dark beauty, gifts, crackling, city life, abstract art, popart, statement piece, childrens room, teenager, textured, 3d painting, purples, plums, golds, bronze, metallic silver, grey, bedroom, host, hipster, street, wild, dreamscape, texture
Size: 11"W x 14"H x 2"D
Year Created: 2017
Ready to Hang
Splintered is a painting left undone splintered is the soul when you leave the race you might have won.
This listing is for one of a kind and original painting, The ink on yupo center is flat but has a 3D depth visually. I then adhered the Yupo paper to canvas adding texture with three different kind of molding and layered them to get a cracked effect.
Different lighting in your home or office can create a different effect based on the pieces placement creating multiple experiences visually. So you have the ability to hang them vertically or horizontally in any frame shape or style letting you be part of the creative process.
The Yupo paper that I used for this piece is a unique synthetic paper, machine-made in the USA of 100% polypropylene. It is waterproof, stain resistant, and extremely strong and durable. It resists tearing and buckling and lays flat. Because of the non-absorbent nature of the paper, no white paint can be used.
This canvas is on Gallery wrapped heavy duty archival quality canvas, wood frame profile. Professional frame construction with kiln-dried beveled stretcher bars. The edges are left white to blend in with the molding.
A UV-resistant gloss varnish has been applied to help protect and preserve the artwork. This is 100% original work and not a print furthermore no copies ever be produced. The piece will be signed upon purchase and include a gift or as I call it "the pieces growth"
**** Please be aware that photos are taken with a 100W Equivalent Daylight (5000K) A19 LED Light source and the tones may vary based on viewers screen and or device color settings.
I was born and raised in Corona Del Mar, surrounded by the artistic world that is Southern California. I never ended up going to school for art as sometimes life changes directions. I did find however that painting had chased me and caught up reminding me that once it's in your heart you can never leave it. So I began to create.....