The name of this piece was made after learning about the history of painting for college (UK), where photography almost destroyed the painting world. Fortunately, abstract was born, which abstract, for me, helps me to relax and not have to think, whereas when I work with realism makes me feel stressed. I was born to be an abstract artist, and I absolutely love painting in this style. This piece was created with drawing and acrylic inks, and a white paint pen finish for the camera. This message of this painting means a lot to me, and I hope it does for you too!
U.Millie_Art paintings are Vibrant, Stunning, Colourful And Unique, created with a powerful message or story, or simply made from love and passion for the art. With unique and developmental techniques, experimented in a home studio, U.Millie_Art paintings are said to make the viewer feel touched to the soul, whilst being relatable to previous thoughts, feelings and memories.
U.Millie_Art Prints come in various sizes from A4 to A0.
A4 Prints are printed and packaged in a home Studio by U.Millie_Art, on Canon Pro Platinum Photo paper (300 g/m2). The Pro Platinum paper gives an ultimate high gloss finish, high brightness, and optical density thanks to its 6-layer construction, ensuring stunning quality and definition to the print. My A4 prints are the perfect gift to ones you treasure the most.
U.Millie_Art A2, A1 and A0 prints are created with a 3rd party printing company on 190 gsm satin finish photo paper, providing the properties similar of both a gloss and a matte finish. A slight gorgeous shine and soft look of the edges, giving a vibe like no other. The Larger sizes are perfect for those looking to enrich and spice up the comfort of their home, with stunning definition, colour and style.
Note: Frame not included
How Abstract Began Pt II
Canon recommends handling the paper by its edges and avoid touching the print surface. Dirt and Scratches can impair print quality. Avoid bending the paper, scratching it, or getting fingerprints on the print surface. Store your print in albums, clear photo sleeves or glass frames to protect them from direct exposure to air. Leaving your print in direct sunlight, locations exposed to high temperatures and humidity will overtime damage your print.