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Overblown with Bliss

Overblown with Bliss

Connie O'Connor Vancouver area, BC
18x14inunframed
Price

C$350

Shipping Cost
Free pickup is available from our Vancouver Gallery, or shipping can be provided for additional cost.
We also offer an installment payment program and art installation services: contact us for more details.
About the Artwork

Overblown with Bliss is a nod to Group of Seven Lawren Harris, who was the first Canadian artist to turn to abstraction. His simple compositions and shapes with minimal details were generally painted with blue, brown, white with a small amount of yellow. I have added texture to replace the usual reference to nature with this piece. What an honour to be part of an association started by the famous Group of Seven.

Date:2021
Technique:Mixed Media on Paper Mounted to Cradle Board
Styles:Abstract, Expressionism, Conceptual, Modern
Contents:Paper, Waves, Ocean, Sea, Sand, Abstract, Fantasy, Seascape, Blue, Yellow, Texture
Details & Dimensions
Edition:Original, one of a kind artwork
Unframed Size:18in x 14in
Frame:Not framed
Weight:1.9lbs (estimated)
Shipping & Purchase
Free pickup is available from our Vancouver Gallery, or shipping can be provided for additional cost.
Standard shipping is via Canada Post ground. Typically, packages sent within Canada are received in 5-12 days. For expedited shipping, please contact us for a quote.
A payment program is available with three equal installments- we can work together to support artists and your budget! Contact us for details.

Connie O'Connor

Vancouver area, British Columbia

Connie O’Connor is a Canadian artist whose focus is abstract art using acrylic and mixed media. She paints intuitively creating depth, movement and energy in each piece. She moves between abstracted landscapes and complete abstraction using colour, shape, form and texture to express herself.

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