Artwork Description

'Sakura' was made to emulate the screens used in Japanese culture to mark the change of seasons. The Sakura (cherry blossom) blooms at the end of Winter to mark the coming of spring... as do the maples start to bud (right of screen). I spent a residency in Kyoto in 2015 and frequently return.

It is uniquely framed in Victorian Ash, with framing in between each canvas panel (4). This is a large and heavy piece, and I recommend hanging with 4 hooks (one behind each panel).

It is multi-layered with many light layers of inks and acrylics as well as paint pours and collaged paint skins.

Medium

acrylic and ink on canvas

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Amanda Krantz

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