The Sum of the Parts - Original Painting by Mary Rush
"The Whole is Greater than the Sum of its Parts" - Aristotle
Original mixed media painting by artist Mary Rush. Collage paper pieces, acrylic paint, and acrylic mediums combine to create a unique work of art. The color scheme of yellow and turquoise is warm and pleasing. The large original artwork is approximately 42 x 38 inches. Hang from hooks as shown or frame it.Separate collage pieces stayed separate during the entire painting process. The overall golden color of yellow ochre and cadmium yellow gives a warm glow. The warmth is offset by light and dark turquoise.
The collage pieces were painted, cut, and then adhered to the painting before painting began. You can see the collage pieces before they became part of this painting.
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