Passing In The Night original PMS oil painting on canvasartsyhome.com: Product
$800.00In stock
Product description:This is a unique and original PMS abstract oil painting. This piece was painted in an intense moment of energy and passion. The background colors are somewhat muted and accented by bright, bold and textured color on the surface. These colors really pop and give the piece a three dimensional quality. This piece evokes abstract images of ships, masts and sails, like ships passing in the night and only giving off quick flashes of color and shape. Note: This painting is painted on canvas and is not framed, but comes hang ready with the sides painted black. Framing is unnecessary, but up to the preference of the collector. This painting is signed on the front and includes my Certificate of Authenticity. © 2017 PMS Artwork. All rights reserved.
 
Report this Product

Passing In The Night original PMS oil painting on canvas

$800.00 USD
  • Shipping: Shipping Included only within the Continental U.S. Outside U.S. Extra Charge
  • Product ID#: 210731.
  • Dimensions: 36" width x18" height x1" depth
  • Weight: 5
  • Subject: Cityscape
  • Style: Abstract, Contemporary, Cubism, Decorative, Expressionism, Modern, Other Styles, Pop Art, Urban
  • Colors: Black, Blue, Green, Mixed, Orange, Purple, Red, White, Yellow

Artwork Description: This is a unique and original PMS abstract oil painting. This piece was painted in an intense moment of energy and passion. The background colors are somewhat muted and accented by bright, bold and textured color on the surface. These colors really pop and give the piece a three dimensional quality. ...
Read More

Artist Preston M. Smith (PMS) found himself cross-eyed and with no depth perception as a child. This was the "lens" through which he developed his unique visual perspective of the world, which he now shares as a painter. Preston’s work has transitioned from moody pop surrealist paintings into vibrantly colorful, tactile, highly textured and almost "edible"abstract works. His mantra for his abstract work is "color, texture, and beauty", and his work and life have been an expression of moving from darkness into light. Preston’s work has been showcased alongside...