I Was ThereJulie Weaverling
Acrylic, Oil Pastel, Pencil, Vintage Paper, Cold Wax on Wood New
Signed on front and back
12" h x 12" w x .75" d |5 lbs. 2 oz.
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This piece was inspired by graffiti, time, the walls in Europe, and a general feeling of life's experience. The artwork is multi layered with paint and collage and was created with brushes, painting knives, and various mark making tools.
This piece was made with acrylic, oil pastel, pencil, vintage paper, and cold wax on a cradled wood panel with finished black edges. It is framed in a wood floater frame and comes ready to hang.
Julie Weaverling’s abstract paintings are organic yet deliberate. She approaches her work with a well-developed idea, then begins applying paint. Julie experiments with transparent and opaque layers that metaphorically represent the human condition. She focuses on the idea of compartmentalizing: humans separate their work from their secrets, their friends from their traumas, creating many layers to the self. “What is hidden is sometimes more revealing than what is seen,” Julie says. Through the scraping and layering of color, the artist asks the viewer to consider what lies underneath.