Artist's description:

Fluid acrylic and ink on deep, birch wood panel that is very thick and can handle the weight of the heavy layers of paint, ink and varnish.

This paintings was inspired by the movements on the muscles and the ever-changing state of the human body. By the never resting muscle of the heart. The process of this painting is such that the final vision is not realized until the paint and ink completely dry because there's movement within the composition as if it was a living creature.

It is fascinating and intimidating -- there's no sense of precision or control: the pockets, or "cells" expands and contract to form different shapes. In this case, most of the cells re-absorbed one another and took one the color of the stained wood beneath them.

The final piece is reminiscent of a histologic specimen beauty in science. Science in art.

Materials used:

Acrylic, Ink, Birch Wood Panel

Reciprocal Inhibition (2017)


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This artwork is sold by Elizabeth Sanchez from United States

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