Original artwork description:

Australian abstract painting in peachy pink. The meditative repetition of a simple line delving deeper in the visual language of dots, lines, circles, etc I have been building over the years with my abstract landscapes. This pieces is a crazy patchwork of mark making inspired by boro and sashiko, the age old Japanese art of mending textiles with small stitches.

Artwork info:
♥ acrylic paint on canvas
♥ thick edge canvas with peach pink sides
♥ measures 60.5x60.5cm
♥ ready to hang
sold unframed

Materials used:

acrylic on canvas

Tags:
#minimalism #minimalist #pink art #australian artists #repetition 
Unyielding No6 (2021)
Acrylic painting
by Jennifer Bell

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Australian abstract painting in peachy pink. The meditative repetition of a simple line delving deeper in the visual language of dots, lines, circles, etc I have been building over the years with my abstract landscapes. This pieces is a crazy patchwork of mark making inspired by boro and sashiko, the age old Japanese art of mending textiles with small stitches.

Artwork info:
♥ acrylic paint on canvas
♥ thick edge canvas with peach pink sides
♥ measures 60.5x60.5cm
♥ ready to hang
sold unframed

Materials used:

acrylic on canvas

Tags:
#minimalism #minimalist #pink art #australian artists #repetition 
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Jennifer Bell is a multidisciplinary artist based in Brisbane, Australia. Her unique work combines traditional art and textile techniques from around the world, such as weaving, with her formal training in fine art... Read more

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