This stunning wall stone is an original abstract painting created using a mix of techniques with layered acrylic paint to create texture. It is painted on a natural stone tile.
This miniature abstract artwork has a strong colour palette including metallics, red, steel, gold and copper, with plenty of the stone edges left visible.
The natural indentations and uneven edges of the stone all add to the finished character and beauty of this fabulous little painting.
I started my series of wall stones many years ago when I needed some small art for a small wall in a hallway. I wanted something different, and I loved the results so I created a range and sold them whenever I did a local art fair or trail. This is one of my last few wall stones and I'm making it available online for the first time. I just don't have time to make them anymore, so if you love it get it before it goes! ;-)
My wall stones work particularly well on small wall areas - hallways, landings, the downstairs WC, etc., or propped on a shelf or a mantelpiece, or on a small easel perhaps, ...
Acrylic on stone 10 x 10 x 1 cm | 4 x 4 x 0.3"
Acrylic on stone 10 x 10 x 1 cm 4 x 4 x 0.3 inches
One-off original painting created by my own hand. No prints or reproductions. Professional artist grade paint. Textured artwork. Metallic & iridescent paints used. Varnished and protected with gloss varnish. Painted on a square, natural stone tile. Ready to hang with a D-ring hanger. Protective felt on back. Signed on the front and on the back.
Please note: the stone is natural and as such has naturally uneven edges, indentations, rough and smooth areas, etc. which all add to the beautiful character and uniqueness of each finished piece.
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Love this painting, but it's sold? Want something similar in another size or colour palette? Interested in a painting on a different surface: metal, wood, plexiglass, canvas board, canvas, etc?