Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Friday, February 17, 2017

Contemporary Abstract Painting "Litany" by Contemporary Artist Pat Stacy

Another in the Metamorphosis series, this painting has the same warm tones accented by copper and deep green stamping. It also has metallic gold in addition to the copper. The Entity is an integral part of the design in this piece. The 2.5" sides are painted the same warm burnt orange as the painting, so no need to frame.


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Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Abstract Expressionism Painting, Mystical Figure Art "The Dream" by Contemporary Arizona Artist Pat Stacy

A small version of a Metamorphosis series painting, which includes the golds and burnt orange accented by dark green. The Entity can easily be seen. Spirals and a triskelion contribute to the design. The sides are well finished, 2.5 " deep, so no need to frame. 

 18"x18" Mixed Media on Canvas/Available

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Friday, February 10, 2017

Original Contemporary Abstract Mixed Media Painting "Copper Curtain" by Contemporary Arizona Artist Pat Stacy

A turquoise copper curtain looking as if it is made of metal rather that paint, hangs over heavy texture, with copper clay coins as accents.

 Original Contemporary Abstract Mixed Media Painting

 18"x14" Mixed Media on Canvas/Available


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Monday, February 6, 2017

Original Contemporary Geometric Abstract BIRD,Raven Painting "Raven Rising" by Contemporary Arizona Artist Pat Stacy

The raven is rising, heading for the light. An Indian legend say the raven is responsible for dropping he light--sun, moon, and stars--into the dark sky and so we have light. Done in soft colors, the raven looks strong and sturdy against the soft background. 

 Original Contemporary Geometric Abstract Raven Painting


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