Bea Garding Schubert:
Picture "Imagine No.1" (2022)
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Picture "Imagine No.1" (2022)
Bea Garding Schubert:
Picture "Imagine No.1" (2022)

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Acrylic, Colour Spray, Coloured Pencil | Canvas, Canvas, stretched on stretcher frame | Format 150 x 190 cm (H/W) | picture hang up | signed certificate of authenticity

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Picture "Imagine No.1" (2022)
Bea Garding Schubert: Picture "Imagine No.1" (2022)

Detailed description

Picture "Imagine No.1" (2022)

"Imagine No.1" is an oversized picture: 150 cm h x 190 cm wide on canvas. It is 4 cm deep. It belongs to the Butterfly series. Imagine No.1 is inspired by John Lennon's Song and Songtext. Text sections are handwritten on the canvas. The butterfly represents the freedom of flight. Red and orange are energizing colors that express energy, health and vitality. The artwork is finished on high quality canvas. It has countless glazes. It is ready to hang. The sides are painted so there is no need for a frame. It is firnist with a glaze (Lascaux), which allows protection from UV light. the signature is at the bottom right and on the back. You will love the positive look of this picture!

About Beate Garding Schubert

I have made a clear decision: I want to create artwork that serves as a beacon of hope.
My art is abstract with street art elements. Some of my series have figurative elements like birds, butterflies, houses etc. I work mainly with high quality acrylic paints. I love the intense color power of acrylic ink, neon paints and neon oil crayons. Music is a major inspiration for my work. My series "Heroes" is inspired by David Bowie's song. I am convinced that everyone can be a hero. My last series "The Show must go on" refers to Freddie Mercury's song. He knew he was going to die soon when he wrote the song. His message to us is: The show or life goes on, enjoy it! "Bea Garding's art is pure joy of life. Delicate yet strong in color and composition, her works radiate hope and love and are a tribute to the music that inspired them." Andreea Zecheru, Zcontemporary Gallery, Hamburg, Germany
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