Re-energise Original Painting
One-off - original acrylic painting on stretched canvas
1000mm x 1500mm
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This painting is produced on heavy-duty museum-quality stretched canvas and has a 55mm profile.
Framed with a beautiful black wooden frame (see photos of the frame, although the photos are showing the painting darker than it actually is)
Made from quality materials, the canvas is individually crafted and certified so it will stand the test of time. Stretched by hand for optimum tension, in NZ by professionals.
Paint is of Golden Artist Colors, the world's leading innovator of artists' acrylic products. The painting is finished with an archival varnish which is removable, a protective product designed to facilitate cleaning paintings and offers substantial Ultra Violet protection.
This is a one-off original painting and will hold its value as a collectible investment.
This painting is titled, dated, and hand signed on the back. As well as an artist signature on the face, at the lower right-hand corner.
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In today's technological-rational society, “escapism” plants a seed to a more grounded social order. An “honest substitute for revolution”. It assigns importance to the present moment, distancing oneself from the complex realities of life. The refraction and light patterns mirror our attempts to cope with a chaotic inner world of emotions, while heightened colours signify intense emotions.
In this collection of paintings often we see only a glimpse of a figure, a symbol, emerging through the water, advancing into another world. Exploring escapism engages the viewer to gain positive admission into different worlds, alternate times and places where we can discover ourselves and clarify emotions.