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Artist's description:

This is an abstract painting, which explores superposition. The work as a sense of suspension. The work is dated 2010 and is mounted ready for hanging. Typically it could be in any space being vibrant and colorful, it does light any room. This is a large canvas work and is quite compelling when viewed in a sparse room or space.

This piece was kept by the artist as not-for-sale during extensive solo shows in the period of 2008-2012 but only recently is available. The artist reluctantly has decided to sell it as space is a problem with thousands of artworks over the years.

In my paintings I use finest quality professional acrylic paints, gallery canvas, paper and boards. Painting was sprayed with a glaze of varnish.

A Certificate of Authenticity with hologram - verification is attached to the image.

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Materials used:

Acrylic

Quantum Cycle of Life (2013) (2010)

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  • Acrylic painting, Canvas
  • One of a kind artwork
  • Size: 47.24 × 47.24 × 1.18 in
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