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Description: Evolution, regeneration & re-birth are recurrent themes in my work.
Mixed media - Acrylics, hardboard, glue and scorched wire on board.
28 inches X 36 inches
Posted by wdonaldson on July 19, 2011
Makes a fabulous and most intriguing abstract!
Posted by chris on November 08, 2012
Sorry for the late reply! Many thanks wdonaldson - very kind of you :)
Posted by garsot on January 23, 2011
Posted by chris on January 31, 2011
Posted by castleartglass on July 14, 2010
Posted by chris on July 15, 2010
Posted by lindamorgan on June 14, 2010
GREAT ART CHRIS
Posted by chris on June 16, 2010
Hi Linda - Thanks so much :)))
Posted by meiyan on May 11, 2010
Evolution, regeneration & re-birth..always interesting ... hope can c more of ur work base on it .. ;)<3
Posted by chris on May 12, 2010
Thanks, MeiYan - I agree, and I'd like to do more of this kind of art-work :)
Posted by aghed on May 05, 2010
Posted by tpurnick on March 19, 2010
Wow...this is very cool!
Posted by chris on March 20, 2010
Thanks for that, Todd! Hope you're well ;)))
Posted by jefcablog on March 19, 2010
the unEnding cycle, great!
Posted by chris on March 19, 2010
Thanks Jef! Very kind of you to drop by here :)))
Posted by iso on February 07, 2010
Posted by chris on February 07, 2010
Merci beaucoup, Iso :)))
Posted by acultureicon on February 06, 2010
I absolutely love this style you do. it's great.
Posted by chris on February 06, 2010
Thanks so much, acultureicon! Really appreciate your saying so :)
Posted by joss on February 05, 2010
I love this piece- I can imagine the enjoyment you had in creating this work.cheers-joss
Posted by chris on February 05, 2010
Thanks Joss; yes... it certainly was a very fulfilling piece to get to grips with ;)))
Posted by williamrose on February 04, 2010
this is super-cool. incredibly creative.
Thanks William, very kind of you to say so :)
Posted by julieluke on January 05, 2010
simply beautiful , looks like rusted metal all i want to do is run my fingertips on it and see how its made(even though you gave hints already)
Posted by chris on January 06, 2010
Thanks Julie :) Yeah, it's a shame that small images can't really get across the true textural or impastoed depth or feel of a painting... (I used a ton of earth, acrylic paste & sand, to get this the way I wanted it - oh, and some crude iron filings also ;)
Posted by uptonparkman on January 05, 2010
interesting turn around in your work chris,but this is an excellent piece of art,there is no end to your talent,bravo
Posted by chris on January 05, 2010
Yes, you're so right Derek - as a departure this is kind of cathartic for me - a 'breath o' fresh air' .... Thank you sir;)
Posted by tpurnick on January 05, 2010
Thanks Todd! Happy this appeals to you; I enjoy doing these kind of things greatly ;)
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