2010-24 Painting by Philip Alsican

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Philip Alsican



Size: 11.8 W x 11.8 H x 0.8 D in

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mixed media: ink, plastic bonding, beet juice, colored pencils, coffee on canvas

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Painting:Mixed Media on Plastic

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:11.8 W x 11.8 H x 0.8 D in

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Belgian #artist living in France, I look, I interpret, I search, I express. I like to build on the spontaneous and that the color forms, I create with the aim of understanding and communicating by the expressive poetry Perceptual expressionist abstraction.Living art for me: I paint my painting, that's my subject « Abstract has fascinated me since I was a child: a shadow, a reflection, a fragment, a colour, a whole. Abstraction is a continuous quest, a will to express, daily, this emotion of seeing, never perfectly achieved. » "Painting,as any creation, will exist as long as the conception will exceed the realization, the written expression or other one of the abstract remains even lower than its thought . Living this frustration is the ground of believing in art and poetry " « A rhythm, his loss. A presence, an absence. A full , a vacuum, a time, a space. A solution: to do«  « To make a skin (its space, colour, , movement, variations, speed, occupation, slowness, as a part, as an envelope or container, its content, texture, material, all of it, a body, subjected or offering itself to light or absence) a subject of understanding. See to then touch, act on, without reflex, quickly or very gradually, with or without instruments, a white surface, the canvas, the support, and perceive or escape and change, create: a goal, or rather an endless fugue, à non rationnel comprehension , misty , poetic , an evidence never attained , as long as I, with others, are.«  "Don’t worry. my painting is made to make me pleasure and to give pleasure" «  Thank you » Welcome Philip Alsican

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