Sale price310 €
Collectiblemixed media art

Late Summer No.02
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Collectiblemixed media art
Sale price310 €
Collectiblemixed media art

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Julita Elbe, designer and Artist, based in Münster/ Germany. In her current work she shows her inspiration both by nature and by architecture. Through her use of carefully cut thin-layered paper, she has created an abstract body of work that is graceful and and shows the subtle beauty of the world in an abstract way. She is drawn to organic forms, lines, textures, and patterns; her use of color subtle and nuanced, highlighting the delicate nature of her compositions. She enjoys using different paper textures such as tissue paper or handmade cotton paper. She combines these with acrylic paints to create collages.
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Paper collage (20x30cm), mixed media: acrylic and tissue paper on handmade cotton paper (28x39cm) - sold unframed

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Paper collage (20x30cm), mixed media: acrylic and tissue paper on handmade cotton paper (28x39cm) - sold unframed

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AcceptedBuyers are responsible for return postage costs. If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value.
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14 Days

About

Julita Elbe, designer and Artist, based in Münster/ Germany. In her current work she shows her inspiration both by nature and by architecture. Through her use of carefully cut thin-layered paper, she has created an abstract body of work that is graceful and and shows the subtle beauty of the world in an abstract way. She is drawn to organic forms, lines, textures, and patterns; her use of color subtle and nuanced, highlighting the delicate nature of her compositions. She enjoys using different paper textures such as tissue paper or handmade cotton paper. She combines these with acrylic paints to create collages.

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