Acrylic painting on Stretched canvas
Finished white edges
Varnished and Ready to hang
Signed on front and back
26 " h x 36 " w x 1.25 " d |5 lbs. 0 oz.
This piece is part of Voskan's ongoing series of abstract expressionist paintings. He spends many hours over multiple sessions creating each piece. Sometimes he will work on a painting for months or even years until he finds the right inspiration to complete the composition. "This piece was inspired after a long hike at the crack of dawn in the Santa Monica Mountains in Los Angeles. I was drawn to the colors of the early morning, just as the sun was rising. The intricate greens, blues, and morning colors are seen in this work. I also tried to emulate the chirping of the birds, and the promise of a new day," Voskan says.
When Voskan Galstian approaches a canvas, he does so with an open mind. "When I am creating art I tend to sever my mind from making decisions" he explains. His paintings show this intuitive process in their dynamic movement and unique color combinations. Voskan finds inspiration in abstract expressionism; in the vein of that style, he paints based on his deepest emotions. Many people have expressed that they feel a connection with his work - in some cases, it soothes them. When he's not making art, you can find Voskan traveling or reading about geography.