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Releasing Expectations 2

Releasing Expectations 2

Lee-Anne Chan, AFCA Vancouver, BC
20x10x1.5inunframed
Price

C$300

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About the Artwork

I enjoyed pushing the limits of the paints, mediums and pigments by deconstructing elements within this piece. I began with colourful blooms which I then stretched and manipulated to create this abstract piece. Relinquishing expectations; allowing the paint to have control was both exciting and challenging.

This artwork is from a juror of the exhibition.

For On the Edge 2022, a panel of three jurors volunteered their time and expertise to jury in the artworks you're enjoying.

The Federation of Canadian Artists works primarily on a peer review process, artists supporting artists.

The Federation extends thanks and gratitude to the

Date:May 2022
Technique:Mixed Media on Gallery Canvas
Styles:Abstract, Modern
Contents:Fluid, Movement, Sunset, Landscape, Abstract, Gold, Warm
Details & Dimensions
Edition:Original, one of a kind artwork
Unframed Size:20in x 10in x 1.5in
Frame:Not framed
Weight:3.0 lb
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Lee-Anne Chan, AFCA

Vancouver, British Columbia

Alternative tools and techniques allow me to explore the nature of the paints. Their interactions and manipulations often lead to chaos: a necessary step in the process. From this chaos, more often than not, beauty rises triumphantly. The beauty of strength and fragility where one cannot exist without the other.

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