Please note, this artwork is available for UK delivery only.
Availble for UK delivery only.
Sasang is an original acrylic abstract painting on box canvas measuring 46 centimetres by 55 centimetres (18 inches by 21.5 inches).
My inspiration for this painting came from microscopic screen shots of the covid 19 viruses on television and on social media. Whether viruses are actually this colour naturally or enhanced by man for media I don't know, but I thought the shapes and colours of different types of virus are very interesting.
I wanted the painting to be colourful and uplifting and as I've said already, I took my inspiration from viruses in the blood and was not trying to replicate a life like or scientific representation of the situation or to make light of these difficult times.
The painting continues around the edges, is varnished and strung and is ready to hang.
It will be despatched with a Certificate of Authenticity, a tracking number and will require a signature on its arrival at the destination.
W 46.00 cm x H 55.00 cm
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About the Artist
I have always had a keen interest in art and won a place at Berkshire College of Art and Design in Maidenhead, Berkshire in the UK. When I moved to SW France I was taught by a professional Limoges porcelain painter in Toulouse for a period of 2 years. In 2011 an artist friend introduced me to wat...