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Ice Queen Print

stephen cimini

United States

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Oil paint, cold wax medium, marble dust and silver leaf on gallery wrapped canvas. The painting continues around the edges and can be hung as is or placed in a floating frame. Silver leaf is used in combination with Holbein silver white paint to create an “icey” feel to the piece. Hints of color hide under the transparent white paint and cold wax. The technique gives a shimmering effects when light hits it.

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Print:Giclee on Fine Art Paper

Size:12 W x 6 H x 0.1 D in

Frame:White

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BIO— Recipient of the Pollack-Krasner Grant, Cimini primarily identifies as a self taught artist although he briefly studied at the the San Francisco Art Institute and the School of Visual Arts in New York City. His work is held in various corporate and private collections internationally. He is represented by Carter Burden Gallery, in New York and exhibits in various other galleries throughout the United States. ARTIST STATEMENT— Building on the architectural origins which have been the basis of my work for over a decade, I have started referring to my compositions as random symmetry. That is, creating a balance on the canvas with no discernible pattern allowing a symmetrical, meditative composition to emerge. I employ the golden mean as a reference which can often be seen in the composition. I use oil paint with a cold wax medium, layering the paint, as organic surfaces evolve within the restrained lines of the composition. During the process an environment develops giving an emotional story to the thoughtfully planned out compositions. My color choices vary, sometimes deliberating creating a series with particular color decisions and sometimes allowing the color choices to impulsively appear fueled by intuition and experience. Color remains a constantly unfolding mystery.

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