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Lara Voce

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Sale price995 €
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collectible

Enhance the beauty of your living space with this exquisite piece of art. A stunning original painting by Lara Voce, this piece is crafted with acrylic and gesso on a cradled wooden panel, elegantly framed in a solid wooden frame. The dimensions of this elegant artwork are 30 x 45 cm, making it the perfect addition to any sophisticated decor.

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English artist, Lara Voce, creates still life paintings which have an abstract quality. She reduces everyday objects to their simplest forms, playing with texture by adding paint and building layers. Her pieces are marked by an uncommon luminosity. This is not achieved without effort; her works are formed by a meticulous series of painting, layering, sanding, and repainting. Often, the final product contains remnants of earlier compositions and memories. Lara works intuitively, sketching possible designs multiple times before selecting one and then executing it using acrylic paint for its speed. Through these multiple layers, sanding, and observation, the painting eventually comes to life.
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Framed in a solid wooden frame. 30 x 45 cm

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Framed in a solid wooden frame. 30 x 45 cm

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About

English artist, Lara Voce, creates still life paintings which have an abstract quality. She reduces everyday objects to their simplest forms, playing with texture by adding paint and building layers. Her pieces are marked by an uncommon luminosity. This is not achieved without effort; her works are formed by a meticulous series of painting, layering, sanding, and repainting. Often, the final product contains remnants of earlier compositions and memories. Lara works intuitively, sketching possible designs multiple times before selecting one and then executing it using acrylic paint for its speed. Through these multiple layers, sanding, and observation, the painting eventually comes to life.

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