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Ribbons of Water, original acrylic and mixed media on canvas panel

$ 900.00

Original acrylic painting, 16″ h x 20 ” w on flat canvas panel    This piece requires a frame.  The piece is a standard size for a wide variety of ready made picture frames.  Ask if you’d like me to include a temporary “gallery style” frame. 

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Original acrylic painting, 16″ h x 20 ” w on flat canvas panel    This piece requires a frame.  The piece is a standard size for a wide variety of ready made picture frames.  Ask if you’d like me to include a temporary “gallery style” frame.

Signed and dated on back.  Ships via Priority Mail (or pick it up in Boston).  Original paintings from my shop ship fully insured with a typical turnaround time of roughly 10 business days (less for small items).  Once they’re with the shipper, actual transit times vary by destination.  Please inquire if your location is not listed in the shipping options.

 

I will gladly exchange or refund work that you do not like if notified within 30 days of receipt.  Customer pays the shipping on returns and/or exchanges.  Most people like them better in person.

 

 

Notes

Ribbons of Water is an acrylic and glass sphere seascape using glass spheres to manipulate light and create the illusion movement. The glass spheres manipulate the light like lenses. They also mask out small areas of the seascape, letting lower layers peek through. Used with acrylic painting and extrusion techniques the glass spherical lenses create a sparkling changeable mixed media painting. A notable feature of Ribbons of Water is the use of three dimensional acrylic paint and media extrusion to create a raised pattern of stripes across the canvas.  These act like louvers (like window blinds), hiding and revealing different aspects of the painting depending on viewing angle.

The Original is acrylic with mica, metal foil, retroreflective glass beads, glass lenses, calcined gravel and sand, 20 in w x 16 in h on flat canvas panel.  Signed on back