Please note, this artwork is available for UK delivery only.
Availble for UK delivery only.
Efflorescence is a large abstract painting on canvas. This original piece of art has a beautiful botanical quality to it. The abstract flower unfolds rhythmically across this contemporary canvas. It’s a hand painted piece of original art that would suit many different decors due to its subtle pastel colour palette. The colour palette of gentle purples, blues, greys and cream tones really compliments the delicacy of this modern flower painting.This floral artwork has an abstract twist to it making it a modern collectable piece of art.
The acrylics used within this modern canvas is of high quality, the canvas has been professionally stretched and is signed on the bottom right hand side. This is an acrylic painting on stretched 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 it!
W 69.85 cm x H 69.85 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...