Original artwork description:

I wonder what my sea is like now... the waves crashing on the shore without anyone seeing them, the foam slowly melting on the sand... the surviving grasses that still resist on the beach, looking towards the distant horizons... the gloomy sky that infuses the waters with a deep blue... I wonder what winter is like by the sea

TITLE: Winter by the sea 14 (the hills)
SIZE: 80 x 100 cm | 31.5 x 39.5 in
YEAR: 2023
MEDIUM: acrylic paint, pastels and pencils on canvas
GALLERY CANVAS: the canvas is stretched over the wooden support frame, and is stapled on the back
SIDES: unpainted but with traces of paint from the painting process
VARNISH: silky finish to protect the painting
SIGNATURE: on the back of the painting
ONE OF A KIND ARTWORK: with signed Certificate of Authenticity
UNFRAMED: supplied without a frame
READY TO HANG: with saw-tooth hooks already mounted on the back
SHIPPING: shipped via tracked courier
 
Cristina Dalla Valentina is an Italian painter born in Verona: she has been working in the artistic trade for 17 years and is specialized in contemporary abstracts on canvas using acrylic colors and mixed media with techniques ranging from liquid painting to collage.
Her artistic practice focuses on the attempt to combine formal and geometric elements with more instinctive and organic features: colors play a role of primary importance in this because they underline this attempt and enhance it from an emotional point of view.

Materials used:

acrylic paint, pencils, pastels

Tags:
#red #green #abstract landscape #sea #ready to hang #acrylic on canvas #beige #organic #hills #magenta #elegant #inspirational #aqua blue 
Winter by the sea 14 (the hills) (2023)
Mixed-media painting
by Cristina Dalla Valentina

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I wonder what my sea is like now... the waves crashing on the shore without anyone seeing them, the foam slowly melting on the sand... the surviving grasses that still resist on the beach, looking towards the distant horizons... the gloomy sky that infuses the waters with a deep blue... I wonder what winter is like by the sea

TITLE: Winter by the sea 14 (the hills)
SIZE: 80 x 100 cm | 31.5 x 39.5 in
YEAR: 2023
MEDIUM: acrylic paint, pastels and pencils on canvas
GALLERY CANVAS: the canvas is stretched over the wooden support frame, and is stapled on the back
SIDES: unpainted but with traces of paint from the painting process
VARNISH: silky finish to protect the painting
SIGNATURE: on the back of the painting
ONE OF A KIND ARTWORK: with signed Certificate of Authenticity
UNFRAMED: supplied without a frame
READY TO HANG: with saw-tooth hooks already mounted on the back
SHIPPING: shipped via tracked courier
 
Cristina Dalla Valentina is an Italian painter born in Verona: she has been working in the artistic trade for 17 years and is specialized in contemporary abstracts on canvas using acrylic colors and mixed media with techniques ranging from liquid painting to collage.
Her artistic practice focuses on the attempt to combine formal and geometric elements with more instinctive and organic features: colors play a role of primary importance in this because they underline this attempt and enhance it from an emotional point of view.

Materials used:

acrylic paint, pencils, pastels

Tags:
#red #green #abstract landscape #sea #ready to hang #acrylic on canvas #beige #organic #hills #magenta #elegant #inspirational #aqua blue 

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INSPIRATIONMy work is contemplation of reality and vision of an elsewhere. My inspiration comes from the direct work with materials: while I paint, images and memories emerge freely in my... Read more

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