Sunshine in a Vase is a 18" x 22" hand-coloured serigraph painting by Peter Shostak created on paper. A vibrant portrayal of sunflowers in full bloom, arranged within a clear vase. The sunflowers' bright yellows and warm browns radiate against a soft, neutral background, embodying the title's essence of captured sunlight. The shadows cast by the bouquet on the surface suggest a strong light source, enhancing the lively contrast of colours and adding depth to the composition. This piece by Shostak, with its focus on beauty and simplicity, exemplifies the artist's skill in using serigraphy to create striking images filled with a sense of joy.
This artwork is a serigraph, also known as a silkscreen print, which involves stencilling an image onto a silk or fine mesh screen with blank areas coated with an impermeable substance. The ink is then forced through the mesh onto the printing surface, creating a vibrant and colourful image with crisp lines and colour areas. This technique is ideal for capturing the vivid hues and contrasts.
Dimensions and Details
Size: 18" x 22"
Display: Serigraphs are works on paper and require glass to protect the artwork from damage. The value stated includes the frame depicted in the artwork photographs. Unframed serigraphs may be requested and are subject to availability.
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