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Product description:This is a completely unique and original abstract oil painting on a mounted wooden panel. This painting epitomizes a technique and aesthetic I have been working to perfect over the years. The colors are vibrant and alive, overlapping and vibrating with chaotic energy. The colors streak and mix on the surface and appear to be streaming across the surface in brilliant overlapping and interacting color. This piece is an abstract representation of angst and anger at the status quo. It is a wonderfully harmonic mess of colors, boldness, texture and beauty. It is truly an original large oil painting like no other. Note: This painting is painted on a wooden panel that was mounted and reinforced by the artist. Framing is not necessary. The edges of the wood are painted black and it is wired to hang easily in your home. This painting is signed on the front and includes my Certificate of Authenticity. © 2021 PMS Artwork. All rights reserved.
 
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We All Lose original PMS abstract acrylic painting on wooden panel

$1095.00 USD
  • Shipping: $90.00
  • Product ID#: 217289.
  • Dimensions: 20" width x32" height x1.5" depth
  • Weight: 14
  • Materials: Oil, Wood
  • Subject: Cultural, Inspirational, Musical, Other Subjects
  • Style: Abstract, Architectural, Contemporary, Cubism, Decorative, Expressionism, Modern, Other Styles, Pop Art, Urban
  • Colors: Blue, Gray, Green, Mixed, Orange, Pink, Purple, Red, White, Yellow

Artwork Description: This is a completely unique and original abstract oil painting on a mounted wooden panel. This painting epitomizes a technique and aesthetic I have been working to perfect over the years. The colors are vibrant and alive, overlapping and vibrating with chaotic energy. The colors streak and mix on the surface ...
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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...