"CARNIVAL" - Large colorful abstract contemporary art, textured painting, finger painting. Ready hang, 2 coats of varnish, artist wrapped canvas. Fit any wall color and room with bright colorful palette with adding golden color, which is noticeable depending on the room lighting. Can be used in vertical or horizontal view. Free shipping. At the request of the buyer, after the sale, the painting can be signed in front, depending - in portrait or landscape position. Great colorful abstract painting with textured elements, finger painting, light textured, large artist canvas, acrylic on canvas, sides painted black, original,signed back, varnished Certificate of Authenticity included ready to hang 24x48x1inch.
CARNIVAL was created by artist Tanya Hansen in 2019. This art piece is a Paintings artwork. The style of this artwork is best described as Abstract, Expressionism, Fine Art, Modernism. The genre portrayed in this piece of art is Decorative, Fantasy, Inspirational. The artwork was created in Acrylic. The size of the original art is 48 (inches) H x 24 (inches) W.
Words which artist Tanya Hansen feels best describe this work of art are: abstract, texture painting, original, wall decor, colorfull art.
My paintings are largely autobiographical, an acute observation of the constant transformation of everything that enters my life. The bridge linking life and art is the surface I work upon in graphic design. By immersing myself in it, I go beyond myself, and become increasingly free. I use it to investigate, explore, manipulate and ultimately celebrate the way in which we see, in which we perceive things. This becomes a valuable exchange, a window between two worlds — an inner one and an outer one.
Painting, like and life itself, is a journey. I visualize what I want to achieve yet without the knowledge of how I am going to reach my destination. My satisfaction results not from my successful arrival, but from the discoveries and inventions I encounter en route.
My journey begins with feeling, then thought. Shape and color follow with the harmony between texture and gesture being my obsession. As I symbolically gather the pieces of the puzzle, my main interest, my subject is the light, the subtle equilibrium between light and shadow. The complex interaction between memories and the idea of memory is my theme. What is interesting is what is timeless, neither a reflection of the current day not the nostalgia of the past but that which endures. The ordinary becomes extraordinary.
Each painting is unique just as each viewer's experience of it is unique. African motives, human emotions, animals, trees, minimalist in nature and undiscovered realms still compositions emphasize the relation between the individual and the collective dimension in the sense that the work stands as both a subjective testament in the space of recollection and a public memory in the contemporary setting. It all represents a diary in images. I propose. I do not impose.