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Kerry Horne
Roundabout - 21st Century, Contemporary, Abstract vs Figurative, Acrylic

2021

About the Item

Kerry’s education followed the principles of the Bauhaus . He has practiced professionally in all three disciplines of Art, Design, and Architecture. Often as the liaison between these disciplines. He has lived and worked in Raleigh, Los Angeles, London, Berlin, and currently in Amsterdam and his paintings are scattered throughout the world in various corporate and private collections. “One tries to read meaning out of sometimes apparently meaningless things. It is in this leap of association – this gap – where the artist constructs the work that the viewer struggles with. It is in this void where interpretations are fostered and new ideas are stumbled upon.” – Kerry Horne **The dimensions and price of this artwork include the frame shown in the images**
  • Creator:
    Kerry Horne (1961, American)
  • Creation Year:
    2021
  • Dimensions:
    Height: 57.88 in (147 cm)Width: 50.01 in (127 cm)Depth: 1.97 in (5 cm)
  • Medium:
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  • Gallery Location:
    Barcelona, ES
  • Reference Number:
    1stDibs: LU1092212090922
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