Reverie acrylic painting by Sylwia HerbstReverie acrylic painting by Sylwia Herbst
$1200.00In stock
Product description:This original fluid acrylic on gallery style canvas will bring the beautiful ocean right into your space.. The painting flows over the edges of the canvas. Wired and ready to hang. Signed on lower right. Named and dated on the back. Certificate of Authenticity included. High quality materials used with attention to conservation. I do not use oil or silicone with the fluid artwork as I find that the silicone never dries and leaves a greasy film. I also do not use water as a thinning medium because it thins the binder in acrylic paint itself and decreases the paint's ability to stick to the canvas. Lastly, I allow the paint to cure for 3-4 weeks before I apply a protective, UV resistant finish.
 
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$1200.00 USD

Reverie acrylic painting by Sylwia Herbst

Paintings by Art by Sylwia

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  • Product ID#: 215842
  • Dimensions: 24" width x24" height x1.5" depth
  • Weight: 4
  • Materials: Acrylic, Canvas
  • Subject: Inspirational, Nature, Other Subjects, Places, Seascape
  • Style: Abstract, Contemporary, Decorative, Expressionism, Impressionism, Modern, Other Styles
  • Colors: Blue, Gray, Green, Mixed, Pink, Purple, White

Artwork Description: This original fluid acrylic on gallery style canvas will bring the beautiful ocean right into your space..

The painting flows over the edges of the canvas. Wired and ready to hang. Signed on lower right. Named and dated on the back. Certificate of Authenticity included.

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Throughout my life, I have been on a journey to find freedom.  First, freedom from communism, then freedom from socialism and ultimately freedom from all the things around me which I felt created a very negative impact on my existence.  And so, my journey to spiritual freedom began as a child in communist Poland, where I experienced oppression of the people for no apparent reason.  I used drawing to connect to a different world which I wanted to create, and which became my own personal universe. At 17, I studied under Marie Lipke...read more