Gemalda Caldera - ORIGINAL - SOLD

Artist: Kerry Darlington
Medium: Original Mixed Media & Resin on Board 
Image Size: 29" x 29"
Framed Size: 38" x 38"
Frame: Large signature Kerry Darlington black-gold frame as shown
Other Frames are available. Call 01932 847 939 

THIS PIECE CAN BE HUNG TWO WAYS



An exquisite, original, hand painted Kerry Darlington, From the Volcanic abstract collection, based on satellite photographs of Earth this painting is uniquely formed upon board first, then creating various textures using acrylic gesso. The colour is then built with several transparent layers to create depth. These paintings are becoming very sought after as Kerry is producing less and less of them.



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