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"Coffee Beans" 30x30" Painting

"Coffee Beans" 30x30" Painting

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This is a 30x30” acrylic painting on a gallery thick, 1.5” birch wood panel. "Coffee Beans" is the third painting in the Sustenance Series.

Stand close to the work and see the piece fragment into impressionistic geometry, or stand back and watch it knit together into a more photo-realistic artwork.

A signature look of the series is how the painting wraps around the edges of the panel by a 1/2”, the remaining depth was left the blonde birch wood. The entire piece, edges included, is coated in a satin varnish.

The photo referenced for this painting was curated and captured by the artist, Hannah Kilby.

    Details

    All original paintings come carefully packaged with a hand-signed Certificate of Authenticity and a wire is installed on the back making the painting immediately ready for hanging.

    Care Guide

    Paintings get dusty from time to time. I recommend making a micro-fibre cloth lightly damp with clean water, and very gently running it over the area(s) in question.

    Shipping

    All paintings are carefully wrapped and shipped with the utmost care.

    In some cases, depending on the location the painting is being shipped to and the size of the painting in question, I will need to reach out to my client to make additional arrangements for shipping and corresponding costs. If you have any questions or would like to discuss shipping in advance of purchase, please don’t hesitate to reach out to me at hello@hannahmichellestudios.com or through my contact page.

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    The Sustenance Series

    In July 2021 an afternoon snack of some dewy cherries in a bowl launched a multi-year series when I became enamoured with capturing vibrant still-life scenes in acrylic & oil paint.

    Originally meant as a one-off, my painting “Cherries” was an inspiration experiment for me, especially considering I was predominantly a landscape painter then.

    Getting my paint brushes in hand each day to continue work on the 48x48” birch wood panel was an absolute joy beyond anything I’d experienced as an artist at that time.

    There’s a quote by Jennifer Lee that goes: “Be fearless in the pursuit of what sets your soul on fire”. Perhaps painting a big scene of cherries doesn’t seem to be the most daring thing, but for me stretching to create something so out of my comfort zone, and chasing that bubbling of joy was exactly that: pursuing something that set my soul alight.

    “Cherries” became the first of the collection that would eventually be called The Sustenance Series.

    I’ve been lucky to connect with so many people online who’ve contributed ideas for subjects to the series, commented support for the continuation of the collection and supported the work by buying a print or original piece.