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"Shadow 2016 26x20" by Joy Richardson - $1,400 Very Well Priced - Steal This

Shadow 2016 26x20



Joy Richardson

Original Painting
Acrylic on Canvas

Size: 24 x 18 in  |  61 x 46 cm

Framed: 26 x 20 in  |  66 x 51 cm

Hand Signed : Lower Right
Condition: Excellent
Other Frame : Modern Textured Custom Floating Frame
Purchased from : Other 2016
Provenance :
Certificate of Authenticity : 50th Anniversary of the Festival of the Arts of OK
Joy Richardson

Art Brokerage: Joy Richardson American Artist: Art lovers tell me that my paintings make them happy. color. Her world is all about color. Lively pigments spark my life. Dreams in vivid tones saturate my mind at night and I can’t wait to awaken and splash my latest “mental hue” across a canvas. That just might be the reason that others have defined me as a “colorist.” These paintings are mine alone. Acrylic is my medium as I’m able to finesse from one subtlety of hue to another with the inherent blending properties of acrylics. Energetic tone and texture intertwine uniquely against a serene backdrop, often with a saucy jolt that leaves the viewer ruminating about why he is uplifted. My works have a timeless appeal, as there is no discernable object identified. The nuances that occur while blending my own color combinations create unprecedented new shades for which the dictionary hasn’t names yet. Balance in a painting is critical, whether it be symmetric or asymmetric, and for that there’s no rule just an internal feeling of “rightness”. Turning my paintings in all directions, I’m not satisfied until the equalization of “color weight interest” shows parity. Tools for my work vary from wee teeny brushes to wide big fat bristles to all sizes of palette knives, creating many layers of color, which give an infinite variety of tones. My works are often unframed, using a thick gallery-edged canvas. Using finishing coats, I seal the final product so it won’t yellow or change. Listings wanted.