Mirror to The Soul Painting by Liza Wheeler

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Mirror to The Soul

Liza Wheeler



Size: 39 W x 24 H x 1.1 D in

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This is a large original contemporary abstract palette knife aerial painting on deep edge gallery wrapped canvas. Materials include mixed media, acrylic paints, metallic pigments and texture. 100 X 60 X 3 cm - 39 X 24 X 1.125 In. Metallic pigments enhance the painting due to changing light conditions and are inadequately represented in conventional photographs. I will do my best to provide images reflecting other light conditions for additional consideration. Images in room view are for illustration purposes. My painting style is the use of altered brush strokes and the palette knife with modern materials to capture the effects of light on the subject, resembling the impressionist works by Claude Monet and Auguste Renoir. The best artist grade materials are from trusted sources to assure quality protection and durability. The sides are painted and equipped with all necessary hardware to facilitate immediate hanging, without the need for special framing. The painting is shipped insured with a tracking number, securely insulated and packaged to accommodate conventional shipping conditions. An original signed Certificate of Authenticity accompanies the shipment along with an additional “Value Added” gift. Questions and concerns are welcomed. Thank you for the visit.

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Painting:Acrylic on Wood

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:39 W x 24 H x 1.1 D in

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My art career began as an understudy, twenty three years ago in Europe, following advanced studies in design, which led to about seven years of custom freelance work on subjects often requiring substantial adaptation. Consequently I consider myself to be mostly self-taught. With the opening of my first studio, fourteen years ago in the U.S., I continued custom work while expanding experimentation with the availability of modern materials. From the beginning my interests were to create unique artworks involving multiple subjects and styles, satisfying my long anticipated dreams. This experimentation continues today, creating new ideas, techniques, styles and diversity. I have participated in over thirty eight curated solo, group and guild exhibitions in nine countries, on three continents. My work has appeared in international art books and publications.  Donations of work and time have been made to charities and public instruction workshops. Liza Wheeler