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Virtuoso

$1,250.00 $300.00

Made: 2018

Product Contains: Acrylic/Gloss Enamel, Stretched Canvas

Product Dimensions (in inches): 30″ long by 48″ on 1.5″ stretched canvas

About this Item: This is a one of a kind piece. Acrylic/gloss enamel on canvas. This is NOT a print or copy, it is unique. Signed and dated on the back by the artist. Sides may or may not be painted. INCLUDES CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY.

Final Cost: FREE + Shipping, Handling, and Packaging Material Fees

Hanging: This item ships AS IS. If stretched canvas, I don’t attach wire so that you can hang any direction you want. This piece can easily be hung with one or two small screws or nails, and can be hung either direction (horizontal or vertical). If paper or unrolled canvas sheet, it comes flat, NOT STRETCHED OR FRAMED. *Items depicted may not be to scale in images.

Shipping: Paintings are shipped in the most economical manner at the time, which is generally flat rate, protected and professionally packed box, via USPS. No matter where you live, shipping cost is the same, no matter the size. Items shipped within 3 to 5 business days.

Refunds: You can return any piece within 14 days, for any reason. If you buy a piece of art from me and don’t like it, simply contact me within 14 days of receipt and we’ll communicate to get it returned. All I ask is that you send it back. I DO NOT PAY FOR ANY RETURN FEES. Since I pay for it to get there, I cannot afford to pay for it to be returned as well. Once I have received the painting, I will return your money. That easy.

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Description

Virtuoso is a super vibrant piece that is full of color, life, and movement. A real eye-stopper.

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Colors Galore

Man, oh man. I’m pretty sure I have never created a painting with so many colors at once. I used almost every color I had on hand – save for black and white; which is ironic, since I use it on most pieces.

But I’ve been trying to stretch myself a little lately – using slightly different techniques, or colors palettes or – gasp – not using black and white in every piece.

With Virtuoso, I feel like there’s almost this chaotic balance to it – like it’s there, but not in a traditional sense. The colors grab you, and pull you along, then most of them just… fade away.

My Quest to Be a Virtuoso

A year and a half ago, when i started, I had the idea that I wanted to be a famous painter. I realized how selfish that was. I also modeled myself after Jackson Pollock, and wanted to BE the next Jackson Pollock. After thinking on it these past months, I don’t want that. Not really. I want to be known for my paintings – yes, and still do – but for doing my own thing; not someone else’s.

Virtuoso, this painting, is an embodiment of the idea that I had that I do still want to be remembered for my painting – but because they were mine, not replications of other people’s. I get that they may, inherently, look like someone else’s in some way, but that’s okay, as long as it was true to me.

Colors and Lines

What I like most about Virtuoso is that I keep finding myself staring at it. The lines, the color, the movement, I keep running my eyes over it again and again. It’s kind of an exciting painting, really, especially compared to “The Real Me” which was painted on the same day!

If you’re interested in this piece, I’d challenge you to buy it, but only because I think that once you’ve got it, you’ll probably find yourself staring as well.