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'Signs on a Wall 5' Mixed-media Art by Marilina Marchica
Dimensions: 151 x 165 cm (65 x 59.4")
Medium: mixed-media (enamel, charcoal, graphite on cotton)
Shipping: this mixed-media artwork will be shipped to your address from the artist's studio in Italy for free. We will deliver this work mounted on stretchers so you can enjoy the work in your interior right away.
Certificate of Authenticity: you will receive the COA (certificate of authenticity) signed and dated by the artist to prove that the artwork is original.
'Signs on a wall 5' by Marilina Marchica - a graphic minimalist abstract painting illustrating signs of on architectural objects. Cityscapes, nature, and charm of decaying buildings remain a major focus of the artist's creative process. The mixed-media texture and peculiar design of this artwork make it look great in any interior.
Marilina Marchica is an Italian artist who sets her creative focus on urban architecture and landscapes. She is inspired by a city architecture and a nature of Sicily, where she works with fragments and individual parts of surroundings. She de-contextualizes them from the original environment and offers a new way of seeing ordinary things. In this way, she discovers new forms and different meanings. Therefore, looking at Marilina's minimalist abstract paintings, the viewer experiences unknown places and abandoned spots of his or her own memory.
Marilina Marchica is interested in different shades of reality, landscapes and cities that day after day witness events and welcome individuals. Signs of the past are constantly changing. The color tones of her works are often white and gray with occasional red accents, which bring an intimate sense of belonging to places.