About This Piece
This original painting by artist Christopher Clark shows the soft fading daylight from within a nestle of trees, perhaps during the end of summer and the onset of autumn. All three pieces are wired and ready to hang on their own. Adjoin them together or space them apart for different decorative effects. The warm and cool colors washed over the rich Mediterranean texture makes this piece a perfect addition to any decor.
Title: Fading Daylight
Size: Three pieces, each piece 16x20", total size 48x20" x 1-1/2" thick. PRICE INCLUDES ALL THREE PIECES AS A SET. Hang them together as one painting, or a few inches apart as a set. (see photos for example)
Medium: Mixed media – Professional grade acrylics, varnish and gloss mediums, plaster on canvas. The sides are also painted, so there's no need to frame it. All my paintings are finished with a satin gloss coat which adds a subtle luster and protects your investment.
All my original paintings are wired and ready to hang as soon as you receive them. This painting is mounted so that it will "float" about an inch off the wall, for a quite stunning effect.
This work is signed by me, Christopher Clark and includes a signed certificate of authenticity. This guarantees that it is a one-of-a-kind original, and no one in the universe has a painting like it except for you.
My paintings tell stories of life, and will compliment the decor in any room. I've been told my work has a certain "glow" to it, and that photos online just don't do them justice. To truly appreciate the light, texture, and passion in my work it really needs to be enjoyed in person. For many years I have sold paintings all over the world to personal and corporate collectors. I am very grateful for your purchase, I hope the stories I tell with my art will bring you joy for many years to come.
I love capturing the drama of an everyday moment that could have happened down the street from my house, or on the shore of a vast foreign continent. I try to make each one of my works a living memory to share with others. Pouring these stories into a single painting is both exhilarating and heartbreaking. But I guess that’s what happens when you open yourself up to the world.