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Queen duvet cover (88" x 88") featuring the image "Particle Track Forty-two" by Scott Wallin. Our soft microfiber duvet covers are hand sewn and include a hidden zipper for easy washing and assembly. Your selected image is printed on the top surface with a soft white surface underneath. All duvet covers are machine washable with cold water and a mild detergent.
These are a series of highly energetic and colorful mixed media abstracts inspired by the collisions of subatomic particles. They are made using soft... more
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These are a series of highly energetic and colorful mixed media abstracts inspired by the collisions of subatomic particles. They are made using soft pastels, charcoal, colored pencils, graphite, metallic acrylic paints, watercolors, inks, nail polish, model paints, pigments, gold leaf, silver leaf, fluorescent paints, on a heavy Arches Rives BFK printmaking paper
Artist's Statement To purchase the original pieces please contact me directly. I have worked in fine arts from early childhood, I first began working in clay then expanded into painting and drawing. Later I studied at the University of Oregon and earned a Bachelor of Science and Fine Arts (Art History, Ceramics, and Pre-Med majors) at Portland State University. After graduating I worked in the graduate program at the Rhode Island School of Design. It was later, under the direction of such mentors as the artists Mel Katz and Laura Ross-Paul, that I began drawing the figure extensively. While attending university as an undergrad I had also been studying quantum physics, and in a number of the books photographic images of the "tracks"...
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