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US$ 420



Ink, Ink, Crackle, Spray paint on Canvas

Unique Work

Dimensions: 40cm (H) x 30cm (W) x 1.6cm (D) / 15.7" (H) x 11.8" (W) x 0.6" (D)

Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.


This item ships from Switzerland

Please note that this item is unframed and will be shipped flat

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Artist Statement

Moss No. 1

Maximo Simon is guided by environmentally conscious themes and refers to nature in its works. He engages in chemical processes and emotionally directs the colors over the background. He pays attention to natural motifs and implements them in abstract form.

Technique & Style
The artwork is painted with the ink color moss. Its characteristic wit its many layers and different haptic surfaces. Under the paint is a cracked structre. Stylistically, the work can be assigned to the abstract, landscapes and minimalistic .

additional information
The artwork is unique, dated and signed. It will be sent with the stretcher frame as a stretched canvas. The image is sealed with UV varnish. You will receive a "Certificate of Authenticity".

The work does not require any special maintenance. The colors are lightfast and retain their intensity. Occasional dusting is recommended. Additionally, the sides of the canvas are also painted and are part of the artwork.

If no hanging device is attached, the wooden frame can be placed directly on nails or screws (a different suspension is only recommended for heavy pictures, depending on the building structure). Hanging devices can also be attached by the artist if desired.

Colors in the photo may differ from the original as the fine nuances cannot be captured.


Artist Profile

Born: 1987
Hometown: Bern
Based in: Bern

Maximo Simon creates flowing and structured works of art. He immerses himself in the matter and lets himself be guided emotionally through the textures and chemical processes. His goal is to arouse emotions in the eyes of the viewer. He likes the different haptic and sensual feelings of the materials …


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