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Slow Afternoon Painting

Cynthia Coldren

United States

Painting, Acrylic on Paper

Size: 18 W x 24 H x 0.1 D in

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Slow Afternoon is an expressive look at shape, color and line. The mossy green plays well with the warm orange and the bold brush strokes, splatter elements and misted squares create a textural intrigue. Size: 46 x 61 cm | 18" x 24" Substrate: 140 lb (300 gsm) paper Medium: Acrylic paint and mediums, pencil, ink, paper elements Varnish: satin varnish with UV protection Signature: signed and dated on back Read to hang: no Framed: no

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Painting:Acrylic on Paper

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:18 W x 24 H x 0.1 D in

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STATEMENT: My acrylic mixed-media paintings on paper and canvas explore connection and diversity. I join familiar elements with ambiguous abstractions to create paintings that express the strong connection that exists among seemingly disconnected things. My creative process is both planned and spontaneous. I use color, line, and texture in an intricate way, and sweep bold marks across individual hand-painted paper paintings that I tear and use in my canvas art, painted in a more subtle and minimal way. As I add, intersect, and overlap elements, a cohesive and complementary presence emerges, giving visual confirmation of our differences and how they so often enhance our connectedness. /// BIO: Abstract painter Cynthia Coldren explores the concept of connection and diversity through her mixed-media paintings on paper and canvas. Using paint, paper, ink, crayon, and pencil, she creates abstract art that expresses the sense of connection that exists in diversity. Cynthia lives in Richardson, Texas. She studied fine art as an undergraduate student, transitioning her early representational direction to abstract painting in the last decade. She has received recognition and awards in recent curated art shows and has exhibited her paintings in solo and juried exhibitions both online and in North Texas. She is a member of the Texas Artist Coalition (TAC) and other regional organizations. (

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