I have always been fascinated with the stark contrast of a harlequin pattern, place against bright peices of fruit. Not only is the pear a colorful, vibrant piece of fruit, it is also one of my favorites! I like the fresh feel of the simple shapes impacted by the cubic light beams. This is done with color pencil and markers, layer upon layer, fully saturating the surface of MDF (medium density fiberboard) panel. This is a square piece designed to be hung at a 45 degree angle. The Black triangle sides are NOT part of the art, but are used for display purposes only.
About this art:
material: color pencil, marker,
Style: Contemporary Cubism
Status of the Original: Available $89
Prints available from Artist
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