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Product description:Our ‘Lava Orange’ design is a brilliantly glossy reverse-printed acrylic abstract artwork created by the superbly talented duo of Nicholas Yust and Ben Judd. Nicholas creates similar designs using a floating, swirling and dipping technique with acrylic paint and metal. The result is a spectacular cyclone of color that is one of a kind and impossible to replicate. Enter Ben, who Nicholas pulled in to create a digital version of his dip-painted finish. Ben is an extremely talented artist who specializes in digital graphic mediums, with the ability to create both abstract and hyper-realism artwork digitally using a stylus and drawing pad. Their combined work is printed on the backside of a thick acrylic (plexiglas) sheet in ultimate clarity with UV cured acrylic inks for a vibrant, high-gloss finish. This piece pulls in gorgeous hues of dark and light orange swirling through a charcoal grey and black landscape. The traveling ribbons of color evoke energy and movement, and the fiery orange colors produce the essence of heat, emotion and life. This abstract artwork has a bold contemporary flare, making a striking statement in any modern urban setting.
 
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Lava Orange | Reverse-Print Acrylic Abstract Art

$149.00 USD
  • Shipping: $19.00
  • Product ID#: 208090.
  • Dimensions: 50" width x12" height x.5" depth
  • Weight: 4 lbs
  • Materials: Acrylic, Other Materials, Acrylic
  • Colors: Black, Gray, Orange

Artwork Description: Our ‘Lava Orange’ design is a brilliantly glossy reverse-printed acrylic abstract artwork created by the superbly talented duo of Nicholas Yust and Ben Judd. Nicholas creates similar designs using a floating, swirling and dipping technique with acrylic paint and metal. The result is a spectacular cyclone of color that is one ...
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Contemporary Metal Artist namely cutting, bending and grinding patterns. Early Days as a Metal Artist - Shortly after this initial experimentation Nicholas built a custom triptych of ultra-modern heavily ground aluminum panels as a decorative display in his own home. His friends and relatives marveled at the minimalist appearance and uniqueness of the metal display. In his spare time he built several more wall hanging modern metal sculptures, which eventually led to the development of his present artistic abilities. As he continued to create wall sculptures he also experimented with free-standing sculptures...