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Product description:A square can sometimes symbolize the Earth, while a circle symbolizes the heavens or the self. Here, I've combined them. The proper name for this shape is a "superellipse" but it's also sometimes called a "squircle," which is much more fun to say. Since it's part square and part circle, this shape also mirrors the recurring theme in my work of the contrast between the artificial world and the natural world. I painted the scattered shapes in this painting in the subtle tones of semiprecious stones, so that each one glows with an inner light. And the gold leaf gives them a fascinating gemlike quality. I use only the highest quality professional-grade oil paints and natural non-toxic solvents to produce archival paintings. This piece is on a gallery wrapped canvas and the painting continues around the sides. The work comes wired to hang I use only the highest quality professional-grade oil paints and natural non-toxic solvents to produce archival paintings. This piece is on a gallery wrapped canvas and the painting continues around the sides. The work comes wired to hang.
 
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On The Move abstract oil by Cynthia Ligeros

$625.00 USD
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  • Product ID#: 216586.
  • Dimensions: 16" width x20" height x1.5" depth
  • Weight: 3
  • Materials: Canvas, Oil
  • Subject: Cityscape
  • Style: Abstract, Contemporary, Modern
  • Colors: Blue, Clay, Orange, Red

Artwork Description: A square can sometimes symbolize the Earth, while a circle symbolizes the heavens or the self. Here, I've combined them. The proper name for this shape is a "superellipse" but it's also sometimes called a "squircle," which is much more fun to say.

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Cynthia Ligeros is inspired by the vibrant, ever-changing urban landscapes surrounding us, contrasted against the unique and pristine beauty of the natural world. She approaches each painting with a single driving emotion. In the beginning, she creates an under-painting that allows the discovery of naturally organic forms on the canvas. Through an artistic dialogue with the painting, she composes and unifies the organic forms, until a completed abstract painting develops, inspired by the cycles, emotions, and equilibrium of our ever-changing environment. This layering technique mirrors the larger theme of her work: the hard...read more