Acrylic painting on Stretched canvas
Painting wraps around edges
Varnished and Ready to hang
Signed on front and back
20 " h x 16 " w x .6 " d |0 lbs. 9 oz.
Expressionist portrait referencing courtly entertainers of 16th and 17th century Europe. Slight three-quarter view of the subject, as he looks off to the right. Tightly cropped composition. Stylized hair and facial features. Cool palette in shades of green, grey and black warmed by the pink glow of the man's skin and makeup.
Oregon City, Oregon
The playful, expressionist portraits of Paulina Archambault are inspired by her girlhood. She was creative her entire childhood, and there is a delightfully naive quality retained in her current work. Paulina begins each painting directly on canvas, typically without a plan. Using knives, brushes, and acrylic paint, she develops each piece by adding then changing forms until the work feels finished. Paulina believes her artwork does not require a complex backstory. “If somebody is not moved by my art, then it won't help if I explain anything,” says Paulina. “Visual art should touch a person like lightning.”
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Love the piece! It is very raw, honest and grabs your attention. I like Paulina’s style and all her portraits. This work is the 40th original painting hanging in our home.- B Rohde
I feel like this painting belongs in an art gallery, but I get to have it in my own home! I am so impressed with the artist's vision and expertise.- Juliana