PRIMITIVE-18.3.16 Painting by Matteo Cassina

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Art Description

Painting: Acrylic on Canvas.

In this series we perceive the search for semplicity through signs and colors as an expression of my emotional and spiritual experience of reality in this period of my artistic life.
The title refers both to primitive art but especially to the concept of geometric primitives (point, line, area) that, for example, the technology GIS uses to model geometry of real-world objects.
Simplification of expressive approach, with reference to vector geometric primitives, is increasing complexity structure, toward the definition of more complex areas located on different layers.
This approach differs from that used in my previous abstract in which was centered on an occupancy of the space where it is the object that defines the primitive that surrounds it.

Materials: tela Belle Arti Gallery 60x60x1,5cm, liquitex professional heavy body acrylic, liquitex professional soft body acrylic, Amsterdam acrylic, polycolor maimeri acrylic, louvre acrylic.
Borders are painted.
A final glossy varnish is applied.

Acrylic on canvas 60x60x1,5 cm, signed on the front,
framed with natural American box like in the photo (64x64x3,5 cm)
The painting will be shipped attached to the frame with double-side tape and hooks and screws aside so you can easily remove the frame if did not like.
Please fasten with hooks before hanging.





Matteo Cassina



Size: 23.6 W x 23.6 H x 0.8 in

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