Acrylic on wooden ply panel inspired by my love of colour theory and the interaction of progressive form. Titled “Fulcrum No.3” as the smallest square of colour acts as the balancing point between two distinctive sections of the painting. The colour gradient is consistent throughout the piece but the composition has created two opposing areas either side of the fulcrum. Framed in a white 5cm deep tray/floating frame with 0.5cm gap around the edge of the canvas. Frame leading edge width is 0.8cm. Frame is supplied with hanging brackets in place on the back.
Standard White Frame