Acrylic Paint on canvas, stretched and ready to hang.
Signed on the front.
‘The Commuters’ is an artwork concerned with finding beauty in the mundane. It’s a fact of life that for many of us living in cities we spend a lot of time in vehicles on our way to somewhere else. While we may distract ourselves during this commute with activities such as listening to music or interacting with devices there is much beauty in the constantly changing show of lights and reflections.
I’ve painted a bokeh effect in this cityscape artwork, the term comes from the Japanese word boke which means ‘blur’ or ‘haze’. Although the bokeh effect is primarily a photographic technique I’ve replicated it here to accentuate the distorting and abstracting effect it has on the sources of light.
Framing is also an option for this artwork. A charcoal stained Tasmanian oak shadow box frame with the dimensions of 104cm (w) x 104cm (h) x 5.5cm (d) is available for the additional cost of $250.
To see what the frame would look like refer to the additional images for this artwork: https://bluethumb.com.au/todd-simpson/Artwork/spring-clean . Allow an extra week for delivery.
Image reference credit: Joseph Chan.
Acrylic on a stretched cotton canvas, clear coated and painted edges. Unframed but ready to hang.
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Stretched and ready to hang
This artwork is currently stretched and ready to hang.