Here is an
abstract painting which I chose to name "Pnevma" inspired by the Greek which means Spirit. It is a small table ideal for decorating small spaces.
I used different colors of blue for an inspiring and soothing effect and was inspired by the pouring abstract painting technique.
The edges of this table are painted blue to keep a beautiful aesthetic, this acrylic paint is ready to hang on your wall or put on a shelf.
This table is signed, countersigned on the back and accompanied by its certificate of authenticity.
Small painting, blue - "Pnevma" Dimensions Info Painting hand painted with acrylic paint Painting signed and countersigned Free delivery in France Secure shipment and optimal protection Certificate of authenticity
Priscilla Vettese is an artist painter.
It is in his studio located in France near Paris that the artist captures the intensity of contrasts on her paintings, composes colors and textures with spontaneous and colorful touches to immortalize the moment. through the prism of his emotions.
Through figurative paintings and abstract paintings, her inspiration comes for the admiration of nature.
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Each painting is hand-signed and countersigned by the hand of the artist
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I prepare your painting in a very careful packaging for optimal protection,
Painting photographed online and painting visible "for real"
If you like a possible painting in the online gallery, it will always seem even more beautiful "for real". All collectors who experience it confirm this to me.
However, representing painting's format can be difficult. This is why the dimensions are clearly mentioned in the description above.
Advice: you can transfer painting 's dimensions you like on a template (cardboard for example) then put it where painting is intended.