Red City II


United States

Painting
Size: 18 H x 24 W x 2 in

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Art Description

Painting: Gouache, Acrylic, Watercolor and Gesso on Canvas.

The linear forms are inspired by invented narratives that develop through the intuitive process. These lyrical abstract compositions are spontaneous by nature and inspired by my dreams and memories of my past experiences. Symbolism is repeated through layers of intricate lines of atmospheric mark making that resemble invented spaces, mystical places.

This painting is made with gouache, watercolor and acrylic on 18" x 24" stretched canvas that has been prepared with traditional gesso ground of marble plaster. The edges have 1 3/4" profile, are gallery wrapped (no staples) and finished so no frame is required.

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Keywords: Linear Abstraction, Bright, Modern Art, Red City, City, Design, Drawings, Sarah Giannobile, Unique Art, Landscape

Subjects: Landscape

Styles: Abstract, Abstract Expressionism, Fine Art, Modern, Street Art

Mediums: Gouache, Acrylic, Watercolor, Gesso

Materials: Canvas

Prints: Landscape Art Prints, Abstract Art Prints, Abstract Expressionism Art Prints, Fine Art Art Prints, Modern Art Prints, Street Art Art Prints, Gouache Art Prints, Acrylic Art Prints, Watercolor Art Prints, Gesso Art Prints, Canvas Art Prints

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