"Graphite in Zero Gravity," 51" x 38"
Acrylic on Canvas.
How do astronauts write in space? Graphite shards in a zero g environment are very dangerous. The pencil wasn’t an ideal choice for writing in space because its tip could flake and break off, drifting in microgravity with the potential to harm an astronaut or equipment. This piece is inspired by and visualizes the graphite explosion.
Pure Abstraction, also called non-objective or non-representational art, does not seek to depict identifiable things. The subject of the work is the content the viewer sees: feelings and/or movement and/or optical effects are created using line, form, color, texture, and other elements or even the process itself.
This is an ORIGINAL Painting and Ready to Hang.
Barcelona-based artist Nikolaos Schizas creates dynamic abstract paintings that radiate with vibrant splashes of color, and communicate a strong sense of movement and fluidity. His fresh and vibrant aesthetic position occupies a space between Abstract Expressionism, Surrealism and Pop, and seems to emanate from a dreamlike and mysterious realm.
The artwork is sold in perfect condition.
Includes signed certificate of authenticity.
Equipped with gallery wire on the back for easy installation.
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