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In this artwork, I have tried to create the complex waves passing through one's mind in instinctive feeling towards something. An artwork showing blend of colors in mixed media. Sides painted, signed at he back, wire attached at the back for hanging as such or can be framed if you wish.
abstract artwork on standard edge box canvas. This is done via a pouring acrylics method, and is varnished ready to hang. The edges match the front and it can be framed or hung as it is. It matches artwork A57, made from the same batch mix of paint. I offer discount for multi purchases so contact for details if interested. This work is 8 inches high by 10 inches wide as displayed but can be hung in any direction. Varnished and ready to hang. Postage to mainland UK is included, postage abroad can be quoted for on request.
When Shaun creates a piece of work the process is mainly based on his experimenting with colour and textures combined with his emotions and environment at that time. On completion his aim is for you the viewer to see their own interpretation when looking at the artwork. His paintings are not primarily intended to create definitive images although that is what you the viewer may perceive. However, if asked from his perspective, Shaun would say using multi-layers of paint, textures and colours are more important. Colours may vary slightly from screen resolution. Room example only not too scale. Signed on the back. With certificate of authenticity.
Modern contemporary painting inspired by English spring gardens. The flowers are raised from the fresh yellow background using textured layers which lets the light catch them, creating a new aspect each time you look at the painting. The fresh colours will complement most colour schemes and the painting continues round the edges of this standard edge canvas so it is ready to hang with no need for framing. This creates a very simple but effective style. This painting has been finished with a protective satin varnish.
Layers of patterns form the light and shade to this painting of Kate Moss along with metallic areas. There is a lot of gold in this painting so depending on where the light is coming from it changes the way it looks. It is inspired by the Pop Art movement in general, Klimt's use of gold and patterns, and the bright colours, patterns and squiggles of Ken Done and Keith Haring.