PPP: Light Blue Abstract 11 Painting by Barbara Stamegna

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The whole painting Light Blue Abstract for PPP project before cutting
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PPP: Light Blue Abstract 11

Barbara Stamegna

Italy

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Size: 5.4 W x 5.1 H x 0.1 D in

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Painting: Enamel, Tempera, Paint, Color on Canvas.

Light blue abstract image with white abstract shapes and irregular lines, dark blue and dark green spots and dots and yellow shades in blue color tones with irregular background.
Artwork realized with enamel and tempera colors poured or dripped and smeared on canvas with a knife modified by atmospheric agents with pieces of clotted enamel.
This artwork is the n. 11 of the 30 equal pieces (cm13xcm13,7) of the painting PPP Light Blue Abstract (cm 78x68,8). My PPP (Pieces Painting Project) consists of creating a painting and then dividing it and cutting it in several pieces, so that each buyer will own a different part of the artwork.
The PPProject is conceived to create connections between people from an inner point of view, that is, through the creation of a link based on the energetic interaction between those who own a piece of the artwork, who live far away from each other and who probably don’t even know each other.
Moreover, the common or different sensations and feelings that come from within and that arise from each different but common single part of the artwork owned, when put together, just like for the pieces of the painting to recompose the original painting, create a unity, a wholeness. It is a reflection of humankind, that is, human beings who, with their differences and peculiarities, are all one and necessary to create a wholeness, just like in nature, where every element works with a view to the whole.


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