STAR CHILD ZONE:1
inspires art as so do artist. In a rare instance this piece was the
case of the cart coming before the horse. My daughter had requested a
trio of paintings of a narrow width so they could be placed in a row.
After building 2 of the frames, I wanted to place the canvas over the
stretchers to see how much I had for the wrap around. Turned out I
miscalculated the size of the stretchers and I had already cut the
canvases. My only option was to build two stretchers to fit the pre-cut
canvases and come up with a concept to work with both as a set. A mirror
image came to mind quickly, and just in researching, a basic head shot
of Rihanna was subtlety appealing. Combined with another photo of a
model with a layer of a thick reflective liquid on her face, and adding
an abstract high tech background, the design was complete. Although I
have made my living producing digital art, I prefer the transition to
rendering on canvas. Yet the computer still serves a valued purpose in
my design process in gathering and composing art concepts.
Museum-quality poster made on thick and long-lasting matte (uncoated) paper.
- Paper weight: 200 gsm / 80 lb
- Shipped in sturdy packaging protecting the poster
Printed and shipped on demand. No minimums.