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This work is a sculpture on canvas 3 dimensions painted has the hand in an artisanal way and ready to be hung on your wall. It is a beautiful, unique and original 3 dimensional creation made with love and passion for the material. It is inspired by the kinetic art movement which allows us to experience the work from several angles. This work with the mixture pop art, street art and art kinetic very contemporary which makes a beautiful homage has our favorite heroes It will harmonize in all types of decorations and will bring a personal touch of elegance and refinement. The colors are mixtures of reds, oranges, yellows, blues, turquoise and yellows applied with a knife, a brush or a syringe in majestic glazes of delicate paint. These tints are delicately mixed to make appear incredible details of colors. All these mixtures bring us vibrant colors and full of depth. This work was conceived line by line, all painted and sculpted one after the other by hand with patience. This work reveals itself as a visual experience giving birth before our eyes to a woman's face like a linear hologram. This work tells us the story of an emotion, of a look, of the strength and fragility of women Everyone remembers this scene inside the corvette, Princess Leia is given the plans of the Death Star and says one word: "hope". She has a strong character and does not let herself be pushed around; she is an intelligent and determined woman. She can also be shy, especially when Han has suspicions about her compassion for him and she prefers to deny it in episode V until she admits it in the next one. In Cloud City she also showed herself resentful and pretentious with Lando by telling him that she and her group don't need him which ultimately wasn't the case. And she generally shows no mercy to her enemies, especially when she kills Jabba with her prison chains despite the presence of Luke, Han and Lando together. It's worth noting that this trait is reversed in her mother Padme, who spared Viceroy Nute Gunray because it was possible to capture him and send him to the Senate. This maze-like work shows us all the intricacies of this great personality.
Painting:Oil on Canvas
Size:48 W x 48 H x 1.5 D in
Ready to Hang:Not applicable
Packaging:Ships in a Crate
Delivery Time:Typically 5-7 business days for domestic shipments, 10-14 business days for international shipments.
Handling:Ships in a wooden crate for additional protection of heavy or oversized artworks. Crated works are subject to an $80 care and handling fee. Artists are responsible for packaging and adhering to Saatchi Art’s packaging guidelines.
Virginie Schroeder is an innovative artist based in Quebec, Canada. Her artwork is an amazing sculpture on canvas 3 dimensions with a lot of colors. She puts in play lines, circles and other geometric forms to create works with subjects that are not immediately visible. Verbal and psychological interplay with the public is integral to her creative process. Her art is the result of reflection, and of aesthetic intuition provoked by the geometric of forms. Her art exists to intrigue, to elicit questioning of its abstract character visible at first glance. One must focus on a single point and draw away slightly to begin to glimpse the impressively detailed work in its totality. Above all, Schroeder wants things not to be visible immediately. In order to perceive the works, the viewer must feel them, open up all of their senses and live them fully. It is insufficient to live the emotion of the work; Schroeder urges the viewer to enter the work, allowing their spirit to be absorbed into its face. Her paintings are made to inspire new artistic visions, while impressing their stunning technicality on the public. When a face, an animal, a landscape, or any other subject is evacuated of its linear structure, it acquires a completely different form, a different identity and dimension, a new prestige. One does not recognize it at first sight; it emerges as the very process of observation. It is here that the magic occurs, as the viewer consciously discovers a work of abstract character in vivid color which plays upon the tension between the figurative and the imaginary. Virginie Schroeder seeks an invented, unstructured, a different and yet popular vision, and hopes to awaken our senses in the search for her works.
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