Introducing "Inferno," a captivating 48"x36" acrylic on canvas painting by Annabelle Marquis. Marquis extends her image over the edge of a 1.5" deep profile canvas, creating a visually immersive experience.
Dimensions and Details
Size: 48" x 36"
Medium: Acrylic on canvas
Unique feature: The image extends seamlessly to the edges of the canvas, enhancing the overall composition and visual impact.
The Artist's Inspiration
"Red is, since the beginning of my career, THE colour that I master best and my favourite colour. I originally aimed to create a background, thinking that a bull or a lion would eventually appear. But in the end, I opted for an abstract where colour is the main subject. However, red is a colour that is difficult to distinguish on the screen because you can't see the shades either.
Marquis's profound connection with red is vividly expressed in "Inferno." Through her artistic mastery, she creates a captivating abstract artwork where colour takes center stage, inviting viewers to experience the intensity and depth of the red hues. For the most accurate artwork appreciation, we encourage you to visit the exhibition in person if you're in the Edmonton area.
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