The artwork, “Temporal Embrace – Abstract Expressionism,” explores the emotion of our temporality. Time gives meaning to our lives but produces fear for losing those we love and the love of life. Our temporal nature has been the subject of much art and writing, yet it continues to plague, humanise, frighten, inspire, and beckon us. It is an exploration of abstractionism and painted in the true style of abstract expressionism.
In this artwork, “Temporal Embrace – Abstract Expressionism,” I have used acrylic paint as the colours blend so well together. This artwork also has glitter, or dried acrylic particles, embedded in the paint. One of the side-on images reveals the effect, which is designed to catch the light as you walk around the artwork.
The artwork, “Temporal Embrace – Abstract Expressionism,” was painted on 12 oz gallery canvas and has been sealed with a gloss varnish. The canvas is hand stretched onto a frame is 122 cm in height by 183 cm in width. It comes fully mounted with D-hooks and a wire across the back for easy hanging.
“Temporal Embrace – Abstract Expressionism,” was created on 9th September 2018 on the Central Coast of NSW, Australia.
Only the finest quality professional acrylic paints and gallery canvas are used in all my artworks. A final glaze of gloss varnish seals the work.
A Certificate of Authenticity with hologram verification is attached to the image.
FRAMED AND INTERIOR IMAGES
In the photos, where the painting is shown mounted on a wall, these are purely for illustrative purposes. You should review the dimension of the artwork to be sure the work suits your needs. For paintings that do not come with a frame, you can add a frame of your choosing. In that case, it will add to the overall dimensions.
Shipping costs for this work internationally can be prohibitively expensive and so the canvas is taken off the stretchers and rolled up and shipped in a tube. This provides reduced shipping rates, avoiding heavy shipping costs. However, the buyer would need to have the canvases remounted. This is always cheaper than paying excessive shipping fees on an artwork. However, bear in mind that all customs duty and related fees are the responsibility of the buyer.
Estelle Asmodelle is listed in Design and Art Australia.