Abstract Art Print on Aluminum, Pallet Knife Art Painting, Fine Art Print, , Original Oil Painting

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Abstract Art Print on Aluminum, Pallet Knife Art Painting, Fine Art Print, , Original Oil Painting, Purple, Red, Orange, Green, White, Color


'Purplicious' abstract painting is one of my favorites. I created this painting with a pallet knife using left over paint from other paintings. Sometimes beauty happens by accident and sometimes by design. I believe this painting has a bit of both in it. I am know offering Purplicious a beautiful mixed media print on aluminum.

The harmony between the color blues and purples against the warm yellows, oranges, and reds makes this abstract painting pop. Calm and easy on the eyes. I hope you enjoy this painting as much as I enjoyed creating it.

This piece is printed on high quality aluminum. Printing it on this surface creates a beautiful print that glows, which is not achievable with paper or canvas, and will last for many more years. The print comes with backing that allows it to float about an inch off the wall. You don't need a frame but can frame it if you wish. Great for indoors or out in the garden.

Title: “Purplicious"
Artist: Sasha T.

* Printed on high brushed aluminum panel
* All materials of archival quality
* Measures 11” x 14” inches
* Presented in gallery style.
* Framed on the back for easy hanging.
* Signed and dated on back by hand. Each one is unique.
* Custom sizes are available from 11' x 14 to 24' x 36"
* Price will vary according to size.


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My art is currently represented by galleries in the Southern California region. I have sold internationally and have collectors around the world. I am thrilled to offer these beautiful high quality giclee prints at affordable prices. I hope you enjoy them as much as I enjoyed making painting them.

....................................................................................................................................I am often asked how I go about painting on metal. It always start the same way. I purchase stainless steel panels from my local metal supply company, and then have the sheets cut down to my desired size. I then distress the metal by using a grinder and a sanding pad. Not only does that technique create a surface for the paint to stick onto, but also allows the light to play off the metal once the painting is complete.

Considering that the metal is as much an integral part of my paintings, as is the oil paint - I make sure to leave as much of the metal showing through as I can. When light strikes the metal it creates the illusion of a 3D effect. As the viewer moves around the art it appears as if the reflecting light is dancing across the painting.

I primarily paint in my studio which is located in the historical Gaslamp Quarter in Down Town San Diego. My paintings are mostly a collage of ideas and images that I bring together to form a work of art. I use a thick oil medium that allows my brush strokes and colors to weave together seamlessly - much like water. My images are like a snapshot of time and place. The combination of all these factors give my paintings a dreamlike quality.

Materials: abstract print,giclee,paper,ink,oil paint,blue paint,purple paint,red paint,yellow paint,wood,Metal,aluminum,stainless steel

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