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Anima and Her Chair

Benjamin Thomas
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Acrylic painting on Stretched canvas New

Finished black edges

Ready to hang


Signed on front and back


20" h x 13" w x 1" d |2 lbs. 0 oz.

In stock $925



This is one of my images from an ongoing series with the focus on balance. The name Anima is defined as soul and life. So these images all relate to a search for balance of my soul and life. Some I understand and some I will let you do all the explanations.  Symbols can take on new meanings when connected with other symbols. Enjoy, and if you have a good insight of the image, always like to hear it.

Benjamin Thomas

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Benjamin Thomas has been painting since the late seventies, however for most of this time he was not exhibiting his work. About twelve years ago, Benjamin and his wife were at a gallery show for a friend and as they were leaving Ben’s wife, aka “The Muse,” told him to go back in. “Your work is as good as that--maybe even better,” she said. That night, Benjamin obeyed The Muse (lucky for us!). The impressionistic sweeps of sky and cloud in Benjamin’s paintings capture more than just an atmospheric quality, but also a heavenly interpretation of the landscape. There is a classical, mature style to the paintings, reminiscent of J.M.W. Turner. Benjamin is often inspired while bicycling, walking or motorcycling, taking in the scenery of Pittsburgh, PA. He takes photos of the scene and then works out the concept back in his studio. The large scale of the work matches the impression and mood that each scene conveys, and the light and shadow are carefully balanced to capture something mercurial and nostalgic. The work feels very measured and contemplated, but also full of passion, as if each piece is in pursuit of the joy of painting and the representation of natural beauty.

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