Artist's description:

This painting, like much of my work, is a bit of an experiment. It started as a collage of a single repeated inkjet print of a woman's face. That image collage is still discernible in certain areas, but it has mostly been obliterated by the abstract mark-making I applied on top. As I worked, I added elements in response to the composition, and employ whatever medium I feel will best add what is missing from the composition at the moment. While I don't always seek balance in the composition, I did in this case, and stopped working on it as soon I was comfortable with the balance I'd struck.

The surface was fixed with Lascaux Fixativ and then varnished to a moderate sheen with gloss medium. The edges are extremely clean and crisp bare wood, which is my preferred look, though I think the panel would look great in a frame as well.

Materials used:

Acrylic, spray paint, inkjet print, charcoal

Untitled [unsq002] (2017)


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This artwork is sold by Jake Reed from United States

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