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Large canvas Abstract Art in beautiful Autumn/Fall colours of copper, orange, gold and browns. Autumn was created using digital collage and digital painting to give an organic painted effect. Autumn comes as a 1 1/2 Gallery Canvas wrap of 36 x 36 inch/91.5 x 91.5 cm Approx. It is ready to hang and
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Original Fine Art Canvas Painting of Delilah. Mixed media, female portrait, one of a kind artwork by Jo Walsh The stretched canvas was firstly painted with acrylics and collaged with various papers. Her face was then drawn with vine charcoal and sealed. I then painted her with more acrylic paints
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Norwegian artist Lene Kilda creates figurative sculptures inspired by the emotions and personalities of children. Believing that body language is “their purest form of communication,” Kilda visualizes each childlike pose with cement-sculpted hands and feet, and fragments of textured clothing made from colored, metal mesh. The “incomplete” pieces invite the viewer to use their imagination to fill in the visual gaps and illusory contours, and perhaps delve into their own childhood memories. Although each sculpture—made from “concrete, metal mesh and air”—shows only parts of the artist’s subjects, their concrete hands and feet still portray a strong sense of character. Curious children are depicted standing on their tippy toes, while timid, less confident youngsters are shown with awkwardly positioned feet and curled up toes. More brave and adventurous kids are shown with confident stances, tightly clenched fists, and are often placed with accompanying props.

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La artista noruega Lene Kilda crea esculturas figurativas inspiradas en las emociones y personalidades de los niños. Creyendo que el lenguaje corporal es "su forma más pura de comunicación", Kilda visualiza cada postura infantil con manos y pies esculpidos con cemento y fragmentos de ropa texturada hecha de una malla metálica de colores. Las piezas "incompletas" invitan al espectador a usar su imaginación para llenar los huecos visuales y los contornos ilusorios, y tal vez profundizar en sus propios recuerdos de la infancia. Aunque cada escultura, hecha de "concreto, malla metálica y aire", muestra solo partes de los temas del artista, sus manos y pies de concreto aún muestran un fuerte sentido de carácter. Los niños curiosos se representan de pie sobre sus dedos de los pies tippy, mientras que los jóvenes tímidos, menos seguros se muestran con los pies colocados torpemente y los dedos acurrucados. A los niños más valientes y aventureros se les muestra con posturas seguras, con los puños bien cerrados y, a menudo, se les coloca con los accesorios que los acompañan.
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