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in Acrylic by Simon Fairless 4 Artist Reviews
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A large painting in splash or drip art style made famous by Jackson Pollock. The technique looks random and and easy to achieve, however these take quite a bit of planning to create a balance across the whole piece built up over several layers, and you need a lot of space in your studio to work around the horizontal canvas. Painted in black ivory and grey tones this piece is based on a continuing theme representing the constant battle against being placed in a convenient box by society. You're a teacher, a banker, you earn this much and buy those things. We are all constantly being categorised for convenience by big data and others when in actual fact we are all individual and unique and should celebrate this.
W 48.00" x H 36.00"
W 121.92 cm x H 91.44 cm
Acrylic
Acrylic on canvas
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About the Artist

I paint using many mediums, but primarily using acrylic on canvas in a variety of themes and styles including: urban cityscapes, textured colourful abstracts, and contemporary pop art. My paintings and art are representations of feelings and special places that have caught my imagination and s...

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