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Aerial Series, Image II

Aerial Series, Image II

This is a 36′X48″ acrylic and organic matter on canvas, mounted on stretcher bars. See the detail image below for the truest color. Painting available, $3000. Terms available to be discussed on request.


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Detail 1, Aerial Series, Image II

Detail 1, Aerial Series, Image II

This is a 36′X48″ acrylic and organic matter on canvas, mounted on stretcher bars. This image is the truest color. Painting available, $3000. Terms available to be discussed on request.


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“States of Modern Life: Serenity.” 40″x50″ acrylic on canvas. Copyright 2013 by Grace Harwood/Images of Amazing Grace.

“States of Modern Life: Serenity.” 40″x50″ acrylic on canvas. Copyright 2013 by Grace Harwood/Images of Amazing Grace.


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“States of Modern Life: Exhilaration.” 40″x50″ acrylic on canvas. Copyright 2013 by Grace Harwood/images of Amazing Grace.


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Anxiety

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“States of Modern Life: Anxiety,” 40″x50″, acrylic on canvas. Copyright 2013 by Grace Harwood/Images of Amazing Grace. All rights reserved.


FINGERPAINTING MEMORIES …

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Sometimes I really feel deep sadness when a painting is leaving for its new home. This one doesn’t photograph well because of the levels of interference color that shift during the day, making the painting dance with the light. It lives in Houston, with young people who love it. That’s taking the edge off the missing part. Collection of Christopher and Mary Elliott, Houston, TX USA. “Fingerpainting Memories,” 2011. Copyright 2011 by Grace L. Harwood, Images of Amazing Grace, Oakland, CA 94611

Fingerpainting outtake No Fingerpainting outtake USA. All rights reserved.Image


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MASQUE

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As well as the complete image, I have included a detail from this piece to magnify the faces which are embedded throughout.  Our faces are a moveable feast, floating to the surface on the turn of an emotion.  This painting holds many faces, many not seen, in the way that our personal face is lost in a crowd on the subway, or comes forward in love, in the seemingly random pattern that reflects the way we are seen by others.  The painting is 20″x24″ acrylic on canvas (Winter 2011).  Available for $1200 plus shipping/handling.

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