Artwork Description

The figurative work is part of a series depicting people going about their day to day activities...together, alone, interacting or not. The title "Same same but different" invites the viewer to consider our similarities as humans rather than our differences.

The painting is very large and would make a wonderful statement piece. It is gallery wrapped and ready to hang and does not need to be framed after purchase.

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Medium

Acrylic on stretched canvas

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Ready to hang

This artwork is ready to hang.

Sharon Monagle

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