Oil, ink, gouache, tempera, mixed media paper, polyurethane, archival spray coating on watercolor paper
Dimensions: 76.2cm (H) x 55.9cm (W) x 0.8cm (D) / 30" (H) x 22" (W) x 0.31" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
This is an original collage painting created by me, Kris Haas. It is made with ink, oil, gouache, tempera paint along with polyurethane on watercolor paper. Some of the collage papers vary in thickness from 80lb - 140lb and the watercolor paper can vary from 140lb - 300lb. So these can actually be a little heavy.
This piece can be hung with nails and magnets and without framing since it is sprayed with an archival coating. Just google hanging artwork with nails and magnets.
This is 30” high x 22” wide with slight variances because of the collaging elements. I can send more photos to show you what I mean. This piece will be sent between 4 pieces of sturdy cardboard.
I do have over 10 years of shipping and handling experience so you can buy with confidence from me!
Based in: Portland, Oregon
With many of Kris's works in private collections, corporate offices in Europe and North America as well as on TV shows such as Mad Men, Leverage and Property Brothers her focus can change because of an insatiable curiosity about the world around her but the one thing that is constant is relying on her process.
"INTO THE INBETWEEN"
Where the silence of the moment lies
The place that holds no known boundaries
The place where judgments do not exist
The place that defines you and not
The place bridging the gap between who we are and who we are becoming
The place you can go to to be safe in who you are and secure with the constant knowing that it will always be there when you need it. It is always constant with what you want even when you forget it's the existence
"Into the InBetween" I slip uncovered and open
The place I go to in the act of creation
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