In many of my modern art canvas I normally contradict myself. The painting actually features an even, balanced distribution of paint. Individual blocks are never too big and never too small. However, I chose to leave each block with an irregular finish (no neat lines this time around) to give the impression of something that’s a little randomized in its construction. Like I said, this is all about letting go. Total abandonment would leave nothing but mess. Our beautiful world is still made up of basic rules. I think that if you can embrace that you can have as much creative freedom as you can handle.
For me this modern art canvas painting makes me think of musical notes being played then turned into colours. Perhaps there’s a side to this art that brings out the child in me? A time when the world was full of simple, bold colours that we got to experience for the first time. Maybe that’s the real joy of a painting like this; an uncomplicated celebration of simplicity and colour. If you look for a deeper meaning you’ll end up missing the point. Bear in mind that there is a vivid fluorescent pink in this painting; something my camera doesn’t pick up too well!
Atomic Punk is painted in acrylic paints. He was painted onto a flat piece of Belgian canvas, coated three times with primer. When dry he was stretched around a seasoned timber frame made from Dutch hardwoods (via sustainable forestry) with all staples on the reverse. The result is a truly hand-made piece of modern art that stretches all the way around the edges. Signed on the reverse by me. Two coats of quality gloss varnish will protect him from harmful UV and wayward touching.
He is resistant to temperature fluctuations (making him ideal for almost any kind of space and environment). He measures 170cm x 60cm x 44mm deep and is sold ready to hang and in either orientation. I will hand deliver this piece for FREE anywhere in the UK. Feeling curious about how this large piece of art will look on your wall? Well that’s good then, because one email or call is all it takes for you to see it for real.