Resilience

oil painting on stretched canvas
N/A
Signed on Back
2016
One-of-a-kind
 x 1" d 20" h  x 16" w
1 lbs. 0 oz.
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About this artwork

This painting was inspired by Liana Vines-woody vines that grow in rainforests. I learned that these vines, which appear to be a jumble of haphazard curlicues, have a method to their madness: by having so many twists and curls, if the branch they've grown on moves, the vines will stretch and bend, but not break. A nice lesson on resilience: just have a few extra curls and you can weather anything. This piece has gallery-wrapped edges and is wired for easy hanging.
Artist Sumner Crenshaw

Sumner Crenshaw

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