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Happy Days Are Here Again Painting

Sharon Pierce McCullough

United States

Painting, Acrylic on Canvas

Size: 50 W x 37 H x 0.3 D in

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Colorful abstract geometric painting celebrating color. This is a true statement piece. As an artist I often don't know where my brush and paint will lead me but I am usually happily surprised! Titled, signed and dated on the back, the painting is on unstretched canvas and will be shipped in a heavy tube. Ready for the framer to stretch. There is an extra 2.5 inches of canvas from given dimensions, on all sides, to allow for stretching onto a 1.5" deep stretcher.

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Painting:Acrylic on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:50 W x 37 H x 0.3 D in

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Working as a contemporary abstract painter and sculptor, American artist Sharon Pierce McCullough's work can be defined by her bold use of color. She works out of her studio in Cashtown, Pennsylvania in an old stone home. Her art practice attests to her experimental spirit as she explores colors, shapes and textures in many of her ongoing series of paintings. Never static, her oeuvre demonstrates an artist constantly experimenting with possibility. Works vary to include geometric, minimal and figurative abstracts. Horses and geometrics are the most recurring themes. McCullough works in an intuitive, yet intentional, manner, sometimes working from quick sketches but mostly not. "While I am inspired by painters such as Miro and Klee, I constantly strive to draw from my own inner creativity." Taking cues from early Minimalism and Color Field painters, McCullough hones her multicolored palette on a continual basis. "The choice of each color in a painting is often a long process for me. It can be a defining choice that determines whether a painting is good or great." In the studio, Sharon toggles back and forth between paintings and sculpture. The paintings are created on canvas using both acrylics and enamels. Her sculptures make use of divergent materials such as plaster, found objects and cement. A small plaster sculpture was on exhibit recently at the Phillips Collection, Washington DC. McCullough's original artwork is in public and private collections across the United States and Europe. Internationally recognized Artist, published Children's Book author and illustrator, How-To author and Designer. Contact for questions and info: sharonpmccullough@gmail.com

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