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This is abstract painting on high quality cotton and custom made canvas. I'm currently creating a new series of paintings about solar system. I'm inspired by the structure of Jupiter's Moons. This one was inspired by the surface of the satellite called Praxidike. It was discovered by a team of astronomers from the University of Hawaii led by Scott S. Sheppard in 2000. It was named in August 2003 after Praxidike, the Greek goddess.
I very much enjoyed painting process, because it gave me a lot of room to experiment. I also discovered some new features of materials that I used. It is mixed-media painting in heavy impasto with iridescent acrylic paints, gesso, plastic, sand and shingles. I use only top quality art materials. Finest quality high grade professional acrylic paints and gallery quality canvas. Finished with a glaze of UV varnish to protect against sunlight and dust damage. The colors may look a little bit different depending on the screen. An artwork is signed on the back. Original title is written on the back. A signed Certificate Of Authenticity will be included with the artwork. The artwork is ready to hang. The painting don't need frame, it is painted on the edges. Please note, painting is being sold unframed and background pictures are only loose visual demonstrations.
Size: 80 H 80 W x 2 cm, 31.5' x 31.5' x 0.8'
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