This artwork is a new expression on an older creation. Charcoal was used to create the realistic figure. This new addition of colour is an expression of life through time; relating to rusted objects in exposed nature. Beauty can be found in new and old, thus the formulation of this figurative art style to fuse the two. The purpose of expressing a repetition in three is to look at the possibility of one through multiple existences.
All paper art is sealed with high quality charcoal and acrylic fixatives and includes a signed certificate of authenticity. This slightly tinted (in soft aqua hue) 320gsm paper art piece will suit a standard A3 frame. Sold unframed.
Keywords: nudes, Australian Art, women, charcoal on paper, body, feet, legs, realistic, figurative, female, curves, Ashvin Harrison, photorealism, black and white, new art, art on paper, popular art