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Here she is, in all its glory. "Wobble", a simple name, a simple painting, yet with all the intrigue of the universe in one little abstract painting. One of the very few I ever did in my life, abstracts that is.


Wobble Painting

Vernon Finney

United States

Painting, Oil on Canvas

Size: 34 W x 29 H x 0.1 D in

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About The Artwork

This is one of my very few abstract pieces. It is called "Wobble" because everything has a different vanishing point. Everything has a vanishing point, not sure where I put them, it was done a very long time ago. If you look carefully, the lines meet differently than the middle of the dark circle. Furthermore, the ring around the circle is also off center, making for an interesting abstract painting that's deeply embedded in logical construct, by way of physics and math. This painting, much like most of my artwork, was painted with as little paint as I needed to get my message across. Sometimes the paint is paper thin, and in turn, over the ages, and weathering, the paint tends to take a toll, as does the canvas at times as well. With this painting, you can see some weathering and cracking of paint. However, do keep in mind, this piece is 37 years old now. Also, there are ways to preserve, and indeed repair original pieces of art just an inquiry away. Do note: Both photographs for this item have the VF monogram as a watermark. Here's a YouTube video of my explanation for my monogram's design:

Details & Dimensions

Painting:Oil on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:34 W x 29 H x 0.1 D in

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My last painting, thus far, was just recently completed in September 2021. As of May 2021, at 97 years of age, my desire to paint lives on, even though I have trouble seeing properly (Macular Degeneration) and my hands are a bit shaky from time to time (Essential Tremors). Nevertheless, I still managed to finish this latest painting, a landscape, with fields protruding from below a majestic looking column of colorful clouds glowing in the vibrancy of a fiery sunset. Seeing as I have trouble with my hand trembles, I have to complete my work by using the 'daubing' technique, however, not in a careless manner as the terminology may suggest. I plan to outlive my mother, whom lived to be 107 years of age. To do so, I must try to find forever homes for some of my larger and most coveted pieces of art. I've always said I want to donate all the art I have in my possession to an art museum that'll agree to display it from time to time, when I pass away. Yet, finances dictate I should try to use my artwork to better set myself up for the years ahead, if I do indeed plan to live in my own home for the next decade or so. Hence, putting some of my children (original works of art) up for adoption to a new loving home and future.

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