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Arraygraphy-Slowly-But-Steadily-Polyform-Etude2019-02 is a creation by the artist Arthur Babiarz. Category Other, Geometric, Mixed media, Collage. This artwork is for sale. The Arraygraphy style is intended to positively stimulate the viewer's imagination,…

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Start price 135 USD
Print, 23 cm x 32 cm, Customer request 
The cost of the limited print (10 max numbered) depends on print technology, used paper, size, delivery… etc. Each artwork print has print number of 10, plus original signature, rubber stump in back side, emboss stump over artist signature. For information please contact artist to get more details.
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The Arraygraphy style is intended to positively stimulate the viewer's imagination, guiding his or her emotions through the meanderings of an intriguing visual plot; the experience can evoke the sense of participation in an improvisational play or venturing into the ever-changing patterns of jazz. Arthur's works of Arraygraphy provide endless interpretations to marvel at and enjoy.
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Equipment Mixed media
Technical Arraygraphy is Arthur's bona fide creation. These poly-form compositions resemble concertos of shape, colour, texture and direction. 
 A comparison to music is intentional here. As with the arrangement of musical sound tones, Arraygraphy creatively disperses abstract elements on canvas to stimulate the viewer's imagination and emotions. Multi-layered composition adds to this two-dimensional artwork both creative complexity and depth, heightening the overall expressive qualities of each piece.
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Selected by editors 19 November 2019 at 09:00pm
Selected Excellence 18 November 2019 at 04:53pm
Artscore selection 18 November 2019 at 04:54pm
Selected Visa 18 November 2019 at 09:28pm
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