Artist's description:

One of my main topics over several years has been studying motion, with a certain focus on the interaction of calmness and dynamics. For my work I do not only view but also examine myself movements, so I am not only expressing experience from observation but also from "being inside".

This large diptychon examines a throwing technique from a martial art, where breath is applied as a major "power generator".

Please note, that as it is a diptychon, image size as given by system may not be accurate. The actual size of each of the two image parts is 125x150 cm, forming a work of together 250x150cm. The work is on nettle fabric, which is a thinner canvas.

Please contact me if you don't find your location in the shipping table, I do ship internationally. I can take account of your shipping and packing wishes concerning, if needed.

This artwork will protected by bubble wrap and reinforced by cardbox for mail transport. If desired, it can also be delivered in a wooden box, with mail costs being slightly higher. Please not that setting up the work for transport will need additional time, so that I will send within 7 days.

The artwork is signed on the back and accompanied with a certificate of authenticity.

Materials used:

Acrylic, dispersion, chalk

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Tenchi Nage (1997)


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This artwork is sold by Natalia Wehler from Germany

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