Come and Fly with Me Painting by Patrick Bornemann

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Come and Fly with Me

Patrick Bornemann

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"Come and Fly with Me" is an Original extra large painting on canvas of 56"x56". The medium is acrylic. People living in South Marin County can see this beautiful seaplane based in Mill Valley. This is a perfect size for large empty walls in residential or commercial spaces. The painting is not framed, the painting wraps the edges. It is wired, ready to hang on the wall. The painting comes with a certificate of authenticity. The painting is shipped in a rigid wood crate. Copyright ©2017 patrick bornemann. All rights reserved

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Print:Giclee on Fine Art Paper

Size:10 W x 10 H x 0.1 D in

Frame:White

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French Artist from Nice living in the Bay Area for 20 years. “Color has taken possession of me”, a quote by artist Paul Klee perfectly describes my relationship with art. I assemble and play with color to create harmony, it is my obsession and passion. I come from a multicultural background and upbringing throughout: Spain, France, Italy, Germany and Africa. What has always inspired me the most is color. I started my career in TV and cinema as a set designer. That propelled me into my art work on murals and then later in interior design. I started painting when I was 14 years old, but began putting a greater focus on my fine art 18 years ago, when I moved to Marin. I paint what I see, so living in the Bay area is tremendously inspiring to me. The spectrum and change of light and color throughout the day is infinite, which I try to capture and share with you. When I paint I feel like the director of an orchestra and my canvas is the music.

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