Artist's description:

A work inspired by the studies of Lygia Clark on planes and lines. I'm looking for how the black and white solids and lines in Lygia Clark's work can relate to a Matisse-like figure, since both of them live in a two dimensional realm, but are derived from our experience in the three dimensional realm. The black and white triangles above and below the figure, gives tension to the piece, as it feels they reinforces the twisting motion of the figure.

Made with Acrylic paint mixed with chalk and charcoal to give texture to the surface.

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Materials used:

Acrylic on 100% cotton canvas

Lygia Nº1 (2015)

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This artwork is sold by Guilherme Pontes from Brazil

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