Momento #2 -Pair- Original floral landscape
"Momento" is an original floral landscape series created with high quality acrylic paints on canvas.
It is an interesting installation as the artwork can be displayed as a diptych (eg. right next to each other) or can be installed on opposing walls or even on either side of a wall furnishing (eg. mantelpiece, mirror).
Each piece of the series is a unique abstract snapshot at nature made with palette knives and brushes.
The artwork is made of a pair of unstretched canvas and it comes in a sturdy tube ready to stretch or frame.
The dimensions are 69cm x 71cm/ 27.1" x 27.9" + 69cm x 71cm/ 27.1" x 27.9" individual canvas. (Total measurement 138cm x 71cm / 54.3" x 27.1") . Each canvas can be stretched to 63 cm x 65 cm/ 24.8" x 25.5" by allowing 3 cm / 1.2" on each 4 sides for stretching or it can be framed roughly to the same dimensions - 69cm x 71cm/ 27.1" x 27.9" + 69cm x 71cm/ 27.1" x 27.9".
I sign my paintings on the front and always apply a few coats of varnish for protection.
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About the Artist
Cecilia’s artworks are lively and buoyant with explosions of colours and freedom which mirror the intensity of her own view of the natural sceneries. She is a real creator and inventor always seeking new forms of art and techniques to express her inner self. Her paintings generate from memories...