ABSTRACT/ Times square (large) Painting by Paresh Nrshinga

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ABSTRACT/ Times square (large)

Paresh Nrshinga

United Kingdom

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Size: 40 W x 40 H x 1 D in

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Original abstract painting Inspired by New York and ever so busy Times square Rich red, shimmering gold, acrylic on canvas Large square size contemporary painting, ideal artwork for above the sofa, bedroom, in the study Sides are painted and stapled on the back Ready to hang Signed by the artist on the back Comes with Certificate of authenticity

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Painting:Acrylic on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:40 W x 40 H x 1 D in

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Artist Statement: The world we live in is made of colour. Colour is what creates beauty, energy. It evokes emotion, it involves feelings. I have always been fascinated with colour and shape. Combining two together, you have unlimited possibilities of creating art. But creating art, or painting in my case, goes deeper than putting two of them together. It starts with emotion or feeling and then it “spills out” on canvas. Some of my paintings are impulse paintings where inner emotion takes over and guides my paint brush, whereas others are journeys, that surprise even myself. Through my paintings I try to express the way I see the world and connect with viewer on emotional level, hoping to capture the moment on canvas. About The Artist Paresh Nrshinga creates abstract works that concentrate on colour and form that are unique in their ability to be at once bold and bursting with energy whilst also retaining an overall delicate nature. His paintings would look fantastic in a contemporary, modern environment. His art is captivating and unique, dramatic and mesmerising Nrshinga's abstract paintings are internationally recognized and highly collectable. When viewing Nrshinga's work, the spectator can immediately perceive how strongly the artist expresses his feelings and memories. Through his passion for music he developed a unique flair of transferring and transforming the energy of sound onto canvas in the form of colour and movement - thus, creating the most vibrant visual effects. Nrshinga is a versatile and perceptive painter. His brushstrokes are free and spontaneous, concentrating on texture, gesture and ecriture. He delivers an edge through the recreation of the medium of paint and the exploration of new fields of colour and abstraction. His paintings are an adventure of self-discovery. From early childhood, Nrshinga was already absorbing colours, movements and sounds, transforming them into expressions and motions onto his sketchbooks.His travels around the world combined with his deep spirituality influence his unique paintings, which are masterpieces of original and exceptional talent. Inspired by artists such as Pollock, Warhol, Klimt and Picasso, Nrshinga's paintings reflect his flirtation with abstract expressionism. Nrshinga has exhibited widely in galleries in London, New York, Abu Dhabi, France, Italy and across the UK.

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