Artist's description:

I started with the usual recycled canvas, handed to me by a fellow artist who botched their work... They give me their discards because it is much harder for an artist to paint over their mess than for another. We can't un-see the initial idea that pushed us into creating that work so we can't force ourselves to paint over that idea. I took the canvas and there was nothing there to save so I did paint over it and was working on my coffee of me trashion piece with the recycled hemp coffee sack. I had all these strings I had accumulated in my studio... thought they would make an amazing addition to my work... But it didn't it looked like a mess, so i tore it right off, that is where the coastal look came from. I tried my hand to create a painting that would not fit in the usual box I put myself in, stepping out of my traditional earth tone colors because I we are always evolving, I dared myself to put aside my go to colors; browns, okras, reds and forced the limes and turquoises on this piece (colors I LOVE but never dared use). This painting was a complete stretch for me, therefore a struggled and tortuous experience that left me exhilarated at the final accomplishment. I am absolutely ecstatic with this piece and I hope you will enjoy it too.

Materials used:

acrylic, ink, resin, burlap, paper

Winds of Change (2015)

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This artwork is sold by Flavia Lovatelli from United States

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