Deconstructed No. 102 Painting by Susan Washington

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Painting: Oil on Canvas.

This is the first in my new series of oil paintings where I am revisiting a series of works I did a few years back, "Deconstructed". In the previous works I used deconstructed tailoring patterns to form the base of my compositions and superimposed that with ripped textile within the individual bodies to create a strong, interesting composition. On top of this I added very rough abstract tailoring pattern mark-making on white surface to guide the viewer on the journey of the canvas.

Over the last year I have decided to revisit the original series approaching it the same way but with a different medium, thick, rich R&F oil sticks applied to the surface with the sticks, my fingers and palette knives. It has added a surface which has thick, rich and interesting.

This piece is created on hand wrapped canvas over Museo brand stretcher bars, which is a museum quality aluminum and wood stretcher with a thick 2" profile. The work can be framed but is definitely ready to hang as is.

**NOTE** Artwork can be displayed horizontally as well, signature on back.


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Deconstructed No. 102

Susan Washington

United States

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Size: 48 W x 72 H x 2 in

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