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Painting, Manipulated on Paper
Size: 40.9 W x 60.6 H x 0 D in
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The computer as a brush? Yes indeed! The way we interpret paintings is drastically changed over the last 25 years. Back in 2006 I started to paint so I could use the textures into my digital creations as scans. This way I made my first abstract pieces in which I blend photography, scanned textures and digital markmaking into a experimental type of painting. These combined and flexible techniques I still use as base for my creations. The last 15 years I sold my artworks over the entire planet on all continents (expect Antarctica). My works can be often found in hotels, private collections, cruiseschip and other segments of the Hospitality Industry. 'The Pulp Mill Area' is an exclusive artwork which is presented as a signed giclée on 308 grams museum quality paper and will be strictly limited to only 1 work. After this work is sold, I'll delete the digital file, so it will never be reproduced at any size! 100x150cm (39.4x59.0 inch) - paper size 104x154cm (40.7x60.6 inch) giclée print with 2cm (0.8 inch) white border for framing on 308 grams matte fine art paper. Signed, dated and numbered on the back of the artwork. Strictly limited in an edition of ONE unique piece! Your artwork will be produced to the highest standards, proofed, checked and packed in a protected tubes. Comes with a signed & numbered certificate of authenticity, which guarantees your artwork is only available at the editions stated. Edition of ONE (1)!
Painting:Manipulated on Paper
Size:40.9 W x 60.6 H x 0 D in
Packaging:Ships Rolled in a Tube
Delivery Time:Typically 5-7 business days for domestic shipments, 10-14 business days for international shipments.
"My main artistic obsessions are nature, industrial subjects, abstraction and technology, but I am also deeply interested in the darker sides of society and mankind. Towards art media I take a holistic approach. All the technological developments of the past decades have made it possible for me to experiment with new digital techniques. But I also still use traditional techniques and materials like pencils, paint, graphite, oil pastels and ink. I blend all these new and traditional media in a wild and expressive way, often by building, destroying and rebuilding." -Sander Steins (b1973, Nijmegen, The Netherlands)
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