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This piece comes box framed with glass, framed in a white wooden frame.
I like creating geometrical patterns through various mediums. I like them to be precise in terms of their shape and construction. Using threads and nails has been one of the many creative ways I could use to make geometrical shapes and have fun with them. Each nail is hammered individually and then I weave the threads through the nails by hand until I get the desired shape and its placement onto the framed wall sculpture. As the hands move from one nail to another, the thread interweaves and creates complex geometrical patterns. Its a meditative, calculative process which create a beautiful intricate geometric patterns. Around 650 meters of thread is used in this artwork. The plywood in the background is painted with acrylic paint.
Abstrationist, Abstract expressionist, Minimalist, Excessivist and Post modernist.
Self taught multi-disciplinary artist finding modern ways of making contemporary art.
Selling art worldwide since 2008.
Aspiring to be one of the most inspiring artists for post modern expressionism.
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