Monday, January 19, 2009

Natural Impressions and Progressions of Time

From left to right:
Natural Impressions 310, 308, 307 & 311
Mixed Media on Canvas

Max Rodriguez, we love you! You always come through for us with your gorgeous, textural Natural Impressions. And we haven't forgotten you, Patrick! What a fantastic team!

These beauties look fantastic hanging in a series together or on their own. Available in muted, earthy colors, you can mix and match however you want to create a statement that fits your taste and style. Max and Patrick will also do commissioned pieces, whether they are large-scale or small. They're so easy to work with, and there's very little wait time for your special artwork - they get right to it!

Natural Impressions 312
Mixed Media on Canvas

Max finds inspiration within the natural world and its organic elements, such as dragonflies, seed pods, and leaves. He is intrigued by the effects time has on our surroundings, and the way nature deconstructs itself. Max combines techniques of aged plaster, crackled paint, water damage and oxidized metals, which allows him to reference time and age. "Ultimately, what I hope to achieve is a representation of an artifact, a place or a relic once lost in time but then discovered showing its aged beauty."

From left to right:
Natural Impressions 305, 306, 309, 186 & 187
Mixed Media on Canvas

We love the wonderful textures and asymmetrical compositions of Max's Natural Impressions series. Color and subject are perfectly paired, giving each small work a quiet beauty of its own, and leaving you with a sense of stillness.

These little treasures seem to walk right off the walls, but don't worry, there's always more coming!

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