Burnish Painting by Don Gray

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Painting: Acrylic on Paper, Wood.

Vessels. There are other common names for these forms I've been painting: pots (with a wink and nod), vases, urns, jars, etc. I use the term "vessel" deliberately because it seems closest to how I think of them. The term conjures up many metaphors: a reference to travel or movement; journeys of some sort, whether physical or in our imaginations. I like to think of them as stand-ins for human beings as receptacles of creativity, spirit and transformation.

On Canson Montival 140 lb. paper mounted on cradled board and varnished. No glass. Natural wood floater type gallery style frame.


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Don Gray

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Size: 23 W x 27.5 H x 2.5 in

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