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Kaderin Constance

38.00"W x 60.00"H x 2.3"D

$3,600 (Shipping Included)

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Medium: Painting

Subject Tags: red lips, earrings, blonde, blue eyes, clouds, cherry, realism, retro, beautiful, figurative, woman, portrait

Media: oil on canvas

Size: 38"W x 60"H x 2.25"D

Year Created: 2016

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Kaderin Constance is an artistic collaboration with Ágoston Flora Photography located in Hungary. I fell in love with the photo the minute I saw it and I am very pleased with how the painting turned out. The painting is gallery wrapped (the image continues onto the edges).

My artwork is a reflection of me; funny, witty, smart, opinionated and always unexpected. I created a name for myself painting humorous paintings, puns and play on words. Recently, I’ve added many figurative and pop culture paintings. I paint images that I find beautiful, vividly inspiring and create emotion in me.
I strive to challenge myself every time I pick up a paintbrush or mix colors. It is through this challenge that inspires me to try new things, advance my work and continually create new pieces.
When I finish a painting, I am ready for it to find its new home. I have had my time in creation and development, and when it’s finished, my time with it is over, and I know it was created for someone else’s enjoyment.
I love what I do. I love creating artwork, and I’m proud of the images I create. Beautiful, meaningful images that speak to individuals as much as they spoke to me.

Art and the act of creating has always been of interest to me. As a young child I would spend my allowance on 'How to Draw" books sketch pads, pencils and pens. I was attracted to books and magazines with a sense of humor and satirical aspects such as MAD magazine, of which I collected. Digging through of box of childhood memories I happened upon the book "Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs", it was then that I realized where my appeal for food based images came from. Like most artists, I started with graphite and paper and it wasn't until college that I started painting and I was hooked. I feel that to truly learn about oneself, one must simply look at the early chapters of life's book.

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