Please note, this artwork is available for UK delivery only.
Availble for UK delivery only.
This large original contemporary painting is a mixed medium piece of modern art. It is made up of five original hand crafted lino prints that have been mounted onto an acrylic painted canvas, with inked embellishment that entwines and unites each abstract print. The white ink embellishment runs through this abstract painting like an electrical current, bouncing off each print and as the title implies, causes a chain reaction.
Due to the unpredictability that comes with the lino printing process itself each print retains its individuality. The lino cuts are printed using high quality inks on textured paper. The torn edges of the paper sits perfectly against the sheen of the acrylic paint. The colour palette within this piece of modern art consists of turquoise, white and silver which are both vibrant and elegant.
This abstract artwork is painted on a professionally stretched canvas and is signed on the bottom right hand side of the canvas. The edges of the canvas are neatly painted and it is already strung up with d-rings and picture cord, so all you need is a picture hook and the perfect place to hang this contemporary canvas!
W 101.60 cm x H 50.80 cm
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About the Artist
Katie has studied many different art forms during her time in education and beyond, from photography to sculpture and many disciplines in between. She also spent a number of years working at an art gallery which she feels was an invaluable experience and an education within itself. She enjoyed be...