Sandra Fele’s work often explores the relationship between the natural and the manmade, and how vulnerable we are to both. One could not exist without the other; the natural world around us and our concrete jungles exert just as much power over us as we do over them. Her bold brushstrokes are the stable ground that she holds onto as an immigrant; the layers and complexity of being one, and the struggle to find a balance between both worlds intuitively guide her work.
- I created this painting last February. It was a cold and snowy day so I needed to bring warmth into my studio. The application on the paint was with a flat brush where I was able to create layers of paint. I love the little windows that make the viewer interested to see what is underneath and the different values where you find yourself engaged with the painting.
- It has a sensual feeling and it makes you want to touch the surface, so the interaction gets very personal. acrylic paint with charcoal marks on the canvas.
It is ready to be hanged as it already includes the hardware with a wire. Easy to install.
Acrylic on Canvas, 29" W x 32" H x 1.5" D
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