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"Blow At High Dough" by Niki Hare

SKU 50-916
Original price $350.00 - Original price $8,500.00
Original price
$350.00
$350.00 - $8,500.00
Current price $350.00

ABOUT THE PIECE:

 

Original

 Limited Edition Print

Materials

Mixed Media on canvas

Moab Entrada Rag Bright

Dimensions

36” W x 24” H

Unframed: 24" x 25" Framed: 33" x 34"

 

*Please note: All sales are final. Customer agrees to allow the original artworks to be displayed at Bracebridge Hall throughout the duration of the exhibition (July 8 - August 31, 2022). Representatives of Song-Word Art House will coordinate the date of delivery of sold artwork with customer at the time of purchase. You will be contacted after purchase for shipping on the Original Artwork. This item is apart of an exclusive collaboration with Song Word Art House, for more details about the art or the exhibition visit Song-Word Art House (www.song-word.com)

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ARTIST BIO:

Niki Hare is a diverse visual artist whose work revolves around ideas of existence and vision. “I paint in order to stave off the nausea” she says. The work dissects and explores the world she has suddenly found herself in. There is a focus on detailing and observation. “The world is paused, broken down into layers, shuffled, pushed back together and sent on its way. Nothing is static, there is a sense of the temporary, imbalance, discomfort.”. From the artist's eye everything is viewed from all angles, broken down into frames, maps, diagrams, aerial views. There is a focus on both what is there, but also the spaces between, what could be there. Combining murky observation with a sense of painting from the inside out, these works act as portraits and an investigation of the self.

Please note: This item is not eligible for any further discounts any orders using a coupon are subject to complete refund and cancellation