Sale Price: $899.00 for set of 3 three paintings with free shipping
Size 18" x 18"
Contemporary painter and artist Linda Paul presents 3 new still life landscape paintings of peppers, apples and pears.
Painting size 18" x 18" each. These paintings are ready to hang on your wall
About this set of contemporary paintings: These original paintings will arrive at your door ready to hang on your wall. They are painted on 18" x 18" x 2" wood panels. The sides are painted in red as well.
Artists Inspirations: Fruits and vegetables are always inspiring to me. I wanted to create a set of contemporary abstract landscapes that were simple, vibrant and flowed together in a modern triptych. The paintings combine an abstract still life on a contemporary landscape of green , red, and orange
This triptych set of three original paintings is perfect for your contemporary home decor. Look how perfect they are with this red sofa.
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Linda Paul:Artists Statement:When asked What is your favorite painting, I always say, the next one I am going to paint! Style: I don't paint in any one style, I let inspiration speak to me and I go with the flow. My work runs the gamut from chunky realism to abstract and impressionist painting. I use many different mediums to create my artworks. One of my favorites is egg tempera which I make by crushing stones and minerals and adding egg yolk. Blues come from crushed lapis lazuli, greens from malachite and natural green earth found around Verona Italy. This medium is luminous and lasts for centuries.I also make my own acrylic paint in the same manner. By adding pure pigment to a acrylic polymer. I can add thing like crushed mica and pearlescents to make the painting come alive. Lately I have also been working with glass and precious metal like silver, copper and 23 karat goldArtist's Inspiration:I am inspired by so many things! I especially like nature in all her forms. I like concepts, process and abstract ideasIn my still life/landscape paintings, like to juxtapose sculpted bas-relief products of nature (the chunky part) against soft impressionist landscapes of their origins.