Transformations I,II,II - Triptych Painting by Dianna Woolley

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Painting: Wax, Oil, Pencil on Cardboard, Paper, Wood, Other.

The piece shown, one of three — a triptych, is encaustic and oil on rigid, cradled panel. Inspired by the movement of deep ocean activity with vivid sea life interacting changing winds, tides, weather. This medium allows me to intuitively portray the abstract underneath side, the workings, the interior of what appear to only be a surface manifestation.

I'd like for viewers to enjoy the image for whatever it might mean to them personally. My intuitive inspiration and colorful execution are not necessarily the projected viewers' emotional interaction with the work.

I view art of many artists, each and every day. The viewing feeds me whether my own personal collection or the collection of others. The style and medium allow me to show that surface of an object/person/issue are not all that matters. The depth, breadth, and inspired vision of an object, person, etc. overlays deep, often hidden, obscured reality of same.


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Transformations I,II,II - Triptych

Dianna Woolley

United States

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Size: 90 W x 30 H x 1.5 in

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