Herbs and Steel Mirror

M03 - Herbs and Steel
“Herbs and Steel Mirror”

19″ x 23″

This mirror has a grey tint. It still works as a mirror, but the colors may look a little off and darker.

As far as I know, this is a frame from the 60’s or even 50’s. Moldings are resin-based, all originals from the moment I bought it at a farmers market in Calgary around 2011.

The back is sealed and covered with hand-made paper.

This piece was completely hand painted and varnished.

It is sold, like any original painting, with its corresponding Certificate of Authenticity, coded and signed in the back.

Because of the materials this piece is made of its surface should be treated like any other acrylic painting. Refer to the acrylic paintings general care guidelines for your reference.

No spray paint was used in the making of this piece.

Comments and questions are always welcome!

Abstract #04

MM09 - Abstract 04
“Abstract #04”

Mixed media on wood panel
11″ x 14″

Acrylics.

The collage in this piece contains parts of a plant called Lunaria Annua, I used the shells that cover the seeds. There is also cotton fabric in the background.

Refer to the acrylic paintings general care guidelines for your reference.

No spray paint was used in the making of this piece.

Comments and questions are always welcome!

Abstract #02

MM07 - Abstract 02
“Abstract #02”

Mixed media on wood panel
14″ x 18″

The varnish in this piece is purposefully uneven; the top part has a glossy finish and the bottom part is satin.

Refer to the acrylic paintings general care guidelines for your reference.

No spray paint was used in the making of this piece.

Comments and questions are always welcome!

Abstract #01

MM06 - Abstract 01 “Abstract #01”
Mixed media on wood panel
12″ x 12″

The collage in this piece contains three small flyers from the Museum of Vancouver, jute string, wood, amaranth seeds, canvas, cotton thread and watercolor paper.

Refer to the acrylic paintings general care guidelines for your reference.

No spray paint was used in the making of this piece.

Comments and questions are always welcome!