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Thread and acrylic on raw canvas.
17" x 21" wooden framed.

Hand sewn threads and acrylic on a hand stretched raw canvas with handmade wooden frame.
Thread and acrylic on raw canvas.
17" x 21" wooden framed.

Hand sewn threads and acrylic on a hand stretched raw canvas with handmade wooden frame.
Thread and acrylic on raw canvas.
17" x 21" wooden framed.

Hand sewn threads and acrylic on a hand stretched raw canvas with handmade wooden frame.
Thread and acrylic on raw canvas.
17" x 21" wooden framed.

Hand sewn threads and acrylic on a hand stretched raw canvas with handmade wooden frame.
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Bold No. 4 Painting

Ayse Sirin Budak

United States

Painting, Acrylic on Canvas

Size: 17 W x 21 H x 0.5 D in

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Thread and acrylic on raw canvas. 17" x 21" wooden framed. Hand sewn threads and acrylic on a hand stretched raw canvas with handmade wooden frame.

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Painting:Acrylic on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:17 W x 21 H x 0.5 D in

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Born and raised in Istanbul, Ayse Sirin Budak is a self-taught mixed media artist who currently pursues her passion for art by creating at her home studio in New York. After graduating in 2010 with a B.A. in Political Science, she spent almost 5 years working on private cooperations in New York City. Becoming a first time mom in 2015, is precisely what gave her the time and the courage to teach herself painting; the life-long passion. What most strikes about Sirin’s works is the use of ‘color and shapes’. She considers color to be an instrument that serve a greater purpose, which is to evoke our most basic emotions. That is why Sirin makes sure the color she uses becomes the subject in itself. On the other hand, when it comes to shapes, the way she uses them is to control the feelings in the composition of an artwork. On her works, she wants the shapes and forms play the dominant role just by themselves because she is a core believer that shapes have emotional, dramatic and descriptive power. For instance, her favorite shape ‘circle’ is the perfect representation of completeness. It is a never-ending line, balanced, and often a symbol of unity and eternity; and can be seen as an answer to man’s search for meaning and understanding of time. Moreover, on her works Sirin emphasizes the concept of 'wabi sabi', the beauty of imperfection which is the reason she is naturally drawn to painting on raw canvases, handmade cotton papers, Lokta papers, and Dastar fabrics; for their distinctive uniqueness, imperfect and natural textures.

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