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Stacked Plastic Chairs

in Acrylic by Nick Hais No Artist Reviews
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'Stacked Plastic Chairs' concentrates attention on lines, shapes and colour patterns, rhythms, balances and (most of all) repetitions, to create a coherently structured colour/shape composition. The apparently mundane subject-matter of this painting provides an opportunity to utilize variations of colour and shape for their own sake, where reference to what is being depicted is secondary to the combination of non-figurative visual ingredients. This painting comes with a (free) white wooden frame - dimensions 22.25 x 22.25 x 1.25 inches.
W 18.00" x H 18.00"
W 45.72 cm x H 45.72 cm
Still Life
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About the Artist

Nick Hais's artistic career began when he graduated from Newcastle Polytechnic with a First Class Dip.A.D in 1971. For the next four years he taught part-time on the Fine Art Degree Course at Newcastle. Since 1976 Nick has been a full time painter. He spent some time living in Greece where he had...

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