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Original Abstract Painting Metallic Impasto on 20x16in Canvas Modern Wall Art Palette Knife Work Titled The Awakening By BlevinsCohea aka Me

Signed original modern art by BlevinsCohea using metallic acrylic paint. The colors used are metallic bronze, metallic blue, metallic gunmetal, metallic red, metallic gold, metallic white and metallic black. Metallic paints react best to dramatic lighting. This painting uses a neutral color pallet and will work in most color schemes. The professionally stretched canvas is 20x16x1/2in and is gallery wrapped so it needs no frame but you can frame it if you desire. Each piece is signed and dated on the back by BlevinsCohea. This artwork has been created with a palette knife in the impasto texture style.

The title of this painting is "The Awakening" and I had a lot of fun creating it. As you can see by the flow of movement I appear to be at peace with myself at the moment :)

Colors may vary slightly due to differences in monitors. (C) 2015 by BlevinsCohea. I, the original artist Deborah Cohea, reserve all rights to the image after the original is sold including the right to sell prints of the original and the right to repaint at will.

Original Abstract Painting Metallic Impasto on 20x16in Canvas Modern Wall Art Palette Knife Work Titled The Awakening By BlevinsCohea aka Me

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: acrylic, metallic, impasto, texture, palette knife, stretched canvas, metallic blue, metallic bronze, metallic black, metallic white, metallic red, metallic gold, Shes The Artist
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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