One of a kind artwork
Size: 40 × 16 × 1.5 in (unframed)
This artwork is sold unframed
Signed on the front
This is one in a series of emotionally charged coastal and freshwater abstract artworks. I used saturated vibrant colors and powerful brush strokes, as I do in all my paintings, in order to create a lasting visual impression.
Gallery wrapped. Acrylic and Ink. Painted edges.
Art buyers (and art lovers) will see influences to prominent 19th Century Artists such as Pissarro and Klimt. Additionally, I am inspired by the motion of prominent 20th century abstract Tachisme artists such as Jean-Paul Riopelle, Wols, Jean Dubuffet, Pierre Soulages. I love the works of Dutch Modernist painters Leo Gestel, Jan Altink and Jan Toorop. On to more a contemporary artist influence, such as Chuck Close. I offer homage to their artistic vision through my own art.
Professional acrylic paints and canvas. Finished with a glaze of UV varnish to protect against sunlight and dust damage.
Each painting is inspected and professionally packaged for safe travel so that your painting arrives to you in perfect condition.
Please note that the images with the background are not to scale and are for display purposes only. Please refer to the dimensions mentioned.
My art pieces are held in private and commercial collections around the world, including the UK, France, Canada, Australia and USA.
Margaret Juul Copyright © 2015 All rights reserved. The image of this artwork and the artwork itself cannot be copied, altered, or distributed in any form. Any derivatives, attempted imitation of artwork, duplication and/or editing of photos is expressly forbidden under copyright laws.
My work has been described as:
'Tumbling underneath waves amidst effervescent aquatones, Margaret's compositions are fresh and original expressions of the colors and patterns of water in motion.
The artist uses her imagination to distill the kinetic essence of something never at rest.Irregular shapes of green and blue cover the canvas, reminiscent of the brilliant marine hues that convey water in 19th century Japanese woodblock prints.
Close inspection reveals rough, textured surfaces from the thick application of media on linen, including oil, acrylic and oil pastel, reiterating the earthly and organic nature of her subject.'
**Please note that there is a line in the image, from the flat bed scan. It is caused by the center support stretcher bar. It is not present in the work when hung up. If you look at the framed image, it is not present.
Acrylic & Ink
Acrylic & Ink