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double helix:anthem Painting

HAMU ISEN

Japan

Painting, Acrylic on Panel

Size: 33.2 W x 11.8 H x 1.1 D in

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About The Artwork

In 2009, Hamu Isen invented a unique technique of mixing acrylic paint and clay, fixing it directly to the support by hand or with a spatula, and finally scraping off the surface. The unique feature of this technique is that the surface is scraped off after the paint is fixed. In other words, the color and shape of the painting is not known until it is scraped off. With this technique, he creates a state where the conscious and unconscious intersect. He is interested in the boundaries between paternity and maternity, order and chaos, consciousness and unconsciousness, artificial and natural. He also uses these comparisons to explore Japan's unique culture and identity. He often creates abstract forms using the silver ratio and golden ratio and is often inspired by motifs related to Japanese culture ( Shimenawa-Rope, Snake, Lightning, Nature, etc.).

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Painting:Acrylic on Panel

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:33.2 W x 11.8 H x 1.1 D in

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Delivery Time:Typically 5-7 business days for domestic shipments, 10-14 business days for international shipments.

In 2009, Hamu Isen invented a unique technique of mixing acrylic paint and clay, fixing it directly to the support by hand or with a spatula, and finally scraping off the surface. The unique feature of this technique is that the surface is scraped off after the paint is fixed. In other words, the color and shape of the painting is not known until it is scraped off. With this technique, he creates a state where the conscious and unconscious intersect. He is interested in the boundaries between paternity and maternity, order and chaos, consciousness and unconsciousness, artificial and natural. He also uses these comparisons to explore Japan's unique culture and identity. He often creates abstract forms using the silver ratio and golden ratio and is often inspired by motifs related to Japanese culture ( Shimenawa-Rope, Snake, Lightning, Nature, etc.).

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