Scapula


Germany

Painting
Size: 44.9 H x 63.8 W x 0.7 in

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Art Description

Painting: Oil, Chalk, Coal and Priming White on Wood and Other.

To me, artistic research by using the means of the painter is a way of exploring life world as are the means – the words – of natural and life sciences.

This work is about the bladebone and the surrounding region. How is the feel of my bladebone to be depicted. Time and again leading the painting process back toward the original intention, the painting – as I see it – is about scapula, indeed.

The work is rather large scaled and heavy, this fits it's appearance well. Material is good quality 2-cm-MDF treated with three layers of priming white. On the back, wooden lathes provide hanging facilities and grip.

The buyer needs a solid wall and two well fixed screws to hang it, and the help of one or two friends to handle.

By the inevitable, experimental use of of a non-drying painting medium the surface of the painting kept some freshness after 2 years of drying, still, and it may take another couple of years to dry out. The haptic adds to the work's strong, lively appearance and matches it's topic.

Transport, hanging, exhibiting even carful dust removal are no problems.

So, if you decide buying the work, you get it as it is – the oils will finally dry under your very eyes. If your place is near, I gladly put varnish on it afterwards by myself. But you are welcome to do it by yourself or let it be done by a local restorer.

Keywords: Phenomenology, Physique, Science, Anatomy, Embodiment, Corporeality, Bodiliness, Leiblichkeit, Body Awareness, Bladebone, Artistic Resaearch, Medical

Subjects: Body

Styles: Abstract, Figurative

Mediums: Oil, Chalk, Coal, Priming White

Materials: Wood, Other

Prints: Body Art Prints, Abstract Art Prints, Figurative Art Prints, Oil Art Prints, Chalk Art Prints, Coal Art Prints, Priming White Art Prints, Wood Art Prints, Other Art Prints

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