Como caramelo de extraños

Shelton Walsmith | United States


Specular Abstraction

54"w x 54"h x 2" d


Ships from United States 
     Join the elite group of passionate collectors
     Shipping included
     Free returns within 7 days
     Original works with Certificate of Authenticity
     Safe and secure transaction  

    Art Description:

    “When he shall die, Take him and cut him out in little stars, And he will make the face of heaven so fine That all the world will be in love with night And pay no worship to the garish sun.” -Wm. Shakespeare from Como caramelo de extraños Yellow and pink DayGlo silkscreen ink was squeegeed onto canvas then overpainted in purple and blue oil. Little flames of color spark and fizzle. A gridded pattern suggests architecture A dividing line suggests a diptych. Ships ready to hang.

    Medium Used: Oil and acrylic on canvas

    Shelton Walsmith | United States

    A body of work should not be a cadaver evidencing life that was but rather the flash-point for life which ignites anew on each renewed encounter.