Details:

This painting has a subtle, prismatic surface that appears to be in a constant state of flux. Like sunlight washing over a landscape, it can appear different in changing light—allowing viewers to imbue it with their own latent emotions.
Unframed
Signed

① Artwork:

Temperature Falling

This painting has a subtle, prismatic surface that appears to be in a constant state of flux. Like sunlight washing over a landscape, it can appear different in changing light. To create this work, the artist used layers of oil paint, wax and silicone. Its mirror-like surface allows viewers to imbue it with their own latent emotions as the painting refracts and even peers back.

Specs:

12 inches
16 inches
1 inches
16 inches

③ Artist:

Carly Burnell

Carly Burnell’s paintings, made with layers of oil paint, wax and silicone, appear to be in a perpetual state of change. Subtle shifts in color, stroke and transparency create a prismatic effect that captures and reflects light in their topographic vistas and microscopic events. Burnell creates romantic works with mirror-like surfaces that the viewer imbues with their own latent emotions—refracting and peering back at once.

Carly Burnell:
Temperature Falling, 2021
Oil paint, wax, silicone, resin, on linen
16.0 × 12.0 inches /