Abstract painting on wood created by Helene Dawans. Since 2011, the painter explores painting on wooden panels previously used by carpenters. Helene Dawans, who is fascinated by colors, applies multiple layers of paint, pigments and natural stone powder.Contact gallery for price
Abstract painting on wood created by Belgian artist Hélène Dawans.
Since 2011, the painter explores painting onwooden panels previously used by carpenters. The surface is covered witherandom and straight grooves which give a sense of depth in the work of theartist. Helene Dawans, who is fascinated by colors, applies multiple layers of paint, pigments and natural stone powder. The combination of relief and colorlayers gives the work a majestic effect. Alternating the use of hot and coldmaterial, the artist creates an unusual dynamic in her compositions.
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