Acrylic on paper
Dimensions: 37.5cm (H) x 26cm (W) / 14.8" (H) x 10.2" (W)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
Title: See you at sunset
Medium: Acrylic on paper
H: 37.5 cm
W: 26 cm
It seems to me that time stops and all concerns don’t matter, every time I see the sea in the rays of sunset. This is just an incredible and fascinating sight. It is hard to believe that we live in the material world. In this work, I tried to capture the beautiful moment when the sun disappeared behind the horizon and the sky was painted with incredible colors.
This is an original acrylic painting.
You will need a frame to hang it.
Interior images might not be to scale. Frames (if pictured on photos) are not included.
Colors may vary depending on your monitor.
The painting will be shipped to you professionally packed with protective packaging material.
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Last Updated Jun 10, 2021
Based in: Rotterdam
Alex SanVik's abstract expressionist paintings concentrate on concepts such as truth, love, simplicity and harmony.
The emotional impact of the image is always the main focus of his paintings.
Working with acrylic on canvas or paper, Alex SanVik creates original artworks with rich colors, forms and textures.
He paints with his heart and gets inspired by the surrounding world.
Through the titles, Alex SanVik gives viewers direction for reflection on his paintings. However, the artist believes that art is subjective and the audience gets to create their own story by the emotions that surface.
After all, abstract art is called art, due to the ability to evoke emotions in the viewer. And its essence is revealed exactly through the viewers and cannot exist outside of them.
The artist's artworks are presented in private collections in Singapore, Belgium, Switzerland, Spain, the USA, the United Kingdom, Thailand, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Russia.
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