It belongs to my abstract gardens series.
Why am I so keen on using keywords like “misty”, “foggy”, “atmospheric”, when it’s about writing a description of the abstract landscapes I paint? Because, this way I feel that I can put into words their inner vibe. Through colors, shades and lights, I always try to embody and materialize natural light, which is pure energy and plays a major role to me as an artist.
– acrylic & collage (paillettes) on canvas
– the exact size is 155 x 87 cm / 61 x 34.2 in.
– I applied to it more isolating layers of glossy final varnish.
– it has about 10 cm (3.9 inches) extra white margin on the edges, in order to be stretched on wooden frame later on.
It will be shipped rolled, in a hard tube. I recommend taking the artwork to a professional framer, in order to have it re-stretched.
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