Fancy Modern Acrylic Painting Canvas "Deer Silhouette AG-720"
Artist: Sayeh, Siin
Size: 100 x 100 (cm) 3' 2 x 3' 2 (ft)
Foundation/Material: Acrylic on Deep Canvas
UV Resistance: No
"Deer Silhouette AG-720" Fancy Modern Acrylic Painting
The embellishing-unique painting, deep canvas tableau "Deer Silhouette AG-720" by "Siin as Sayeh" has been painted using the Acrylic Technique and the finest quality level of materials be referred to as Liquitex BASICS Acrylic Paint. It's perfect for all painting techniques, including underpainting and sketching. This medium viscosity paint is made with lightfast, artist-quality pigments in an expanded choice of 72 colours. Yet the very artwork includes only two color types, yet it does carry out the task as esses of an outright sole piece of effort. That oeuvre above can make the decor of your house or office quite tranquil; however, if you have a blue-themed background, do not hesitate to buy this masterpiece for a low price!
Why Do Professional Artists Use Acrylic Paint?
While there is still some snobbery around acrylic paint, many professionals are increasingly using them. Like anything, some pros don't like to use them for different reasons. Like oils, acrylic colors last longer than watercolors. They are less prone to fading or discoloration over time than watercolors. It makes them a popular choice for artists who want to sell their work. Oil paintings tend to fetch a higher price than watercolor due to the time they last.
What Does Blue Represent in Paintings?
Blue is a serene and calming color that represents intelligence and responsibility. Blue is calm and relaxing. Light baby blue is peaceful, while dark blue can signify depth and power.
Deer, A Native American Symbolism
The painted deer remains one of the most important Native American symbols within Native American art because it is still highly valued as sacred and valuable. It symbolizes continuity, prosperity, longevity, food, and even abundance.
About the Artist "Siin as Sayeh
Siin or Sayeh is a minimalist artist with an enormous mind and skill to make fantastic art from a pair of materials. When you call a person a minimalist, you describe their interest in keeping things simple. A minimalist prefers a minimal amount or degree of something. In art history, the minimalists were artists whose work involved effortless yet grand gestures and ideas.
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