This is an original, one of a kind mixed media artwork. It is made with oil, acrylic paint and different mediums, all carefully applied between a greyboard and a thick, clear acrylic glass board which is then put onto a wooden frame. The sides have been sanded to make the acrylic board cloudy, and the wood has been tinted and varnished.
This piece is very special to me because it is the result of a long journey of trial and error and working with materials and techniques that were previously foreign to me. It represents that special feeling of accomplishment and clarity after a long period of uncertainty that I believe every artist can identify with.
This is part of a project I have been working on over the course of a few months now. The focus of this project has been the forces of nature that shape the land around us and creates works of art in her own way. Creative and destructive forces alike, growth and weathering. I have taken a special interest in patterns and formations in rocks and aerial landscapes. Nature is my greatest source of inspiration, and that is why all my abstract artworks have roots in what I find and love about it.
This piece is sold at a reduced price because it suffered some damage in the making, although it is very hard to see, I feel I have to inform any potential buyer that there are some scratches on the front side of the acrylic board. However, I do not wish to refuse anyone the opportunity to own this work if they love it despite its flaws. Beauty is, after all, in the eye of the beholder.
This painting is sold unframed and ready to hang. It is designed to be hung without a frame.
I must apologise for the reflections seen in some of the images, acrylic glass is very similar to glass and has a smooth reflective surface which makes it difficult to photograph without getting any light reflections.
Please be aware that colour may vary depending on your monitor.
Wood, Greyboard, Acrylic glass, Acrylics, oil, Gloss medium, Varnish