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Mary Chang
Still Life, abstact monotype, nature

2011

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Statement-The emphasis in the work is on color ,motion and emotion. I make paintings that are inspired by aspects of life thus transforming color and movement into their own visual plays of depth. Artist: Mary Chang Title-Still Life Year- 2011 MonoType /Embossment- They are made by drawing on a plate or glass with a substance such as printer"s ink or oil paint. An embossed impression is infused in the work. a unique one of a kind image is create. Size-24 1/2"h x 17"w Image size- 15 1/4" h x 12 1/2 w" Archival paper Price-$800. Master Printer -Branding Graving / Gravity Press
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