Patinated pieces on rice paper mounted on hardboard by Alfonse Pagano Ink Water Gold: Artifact Two (Without Frame)Patinated pieces on rice paper mounted on hardboard by Alfonse Pagano Ink Water Gold: Artifact Two (Without Frame)
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Product description:These began as journal entries while in the Caribbean last year where breathtaking nature, arresting colors and tranquility surrounded me. Came home still drawing them. They evolved to become patinated pieces speckled with copper and/or gold leaf on rice paper mounted onto a 5x7 board. Some have watercolor and/or ink, some are sold in groups others individually but they all come after working on Rush to Relics series. A welcome change after the intensity of delving into our current politics.
 
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Patinated pieces on rice paper mounted on hardboard by Alfonse Pagano Ink Water Gold: Artifact Two (Without Frame)

Wall Decor by Alfonse Pagano

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  • Product ID#: 215356
  • Dimensions: 5" width x7" height x0.1" depth
  • Weight: 4.3 oz
  • Materials: Hardboard, Ink, Other Materials, Pencil, Resin, Watercolor
  • Subject: Inspirational, Other Subjects
  • Style: Abstract, Contemporary, Decorative, Modern
  • Colors: Mixed

Artwork Description: These began as journal entries while in the Caribbean last year where breathtaking nature, arresting colors and tranquility surrounded me. Came home still drawing them. They evolved to become patinated pieces speckled with copper and/or gold leaf on rice paper mounted onto a 5x7 board. Some have watercolor and/or ink, ...
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A self-taught artist from Paterson, NJ, Alfonse Pagano was an assistant to Len Lye in the 1970s before attending The School of Visual Arts and the New School in NYC. His work has been shown across the country at galleries and museums, such as the Laguna Gloria Art Museum in Austin, Texas, and is held in various collections, including the Carnegie Mellon Museum in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. In 1990 Pagano took up photography and co-authored a photojournalism book, “Dreads,” in 1999. With an introduction from Alice Walker the book published by Artisan/Workman Press...read more