$3,800.00

Silk Kimono 48" x 48" Original Acrylic Painting

Patricia Fabian Art

$3,800.00

“Silk Kimono” 48 x 48 acrylic painting on canvas stretches out like a glorious eagle expanding her wingspan to glide into the night. Here, in her sanctuary she can be comfortable with who she is and embraces the time with a pause. No conflict here, just that moment of tranquility when we fit like a secure puzzle piece into the space around us. Smooth as silk, being one with yourself.

"Silk Kimono" is available at Reinike Gallery at 761-C Miami Circle, Atlanta's art and design district.  If you are in the area drop in but if not you can contact the gallery directly or me.  You can order this painting on approval through either the gallery or my website.  If it is through my website I will work with the gallery to have the work sent out to you. 

Free shipping and returns with a one week trial period to see how the work fits with your home.  

“A painting is only started by the artist and than is launched and completed into the world for many chapters of the story. Art doesn’t belong to the artist. It will find it’s “home.”

 

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“Silk Kimono” 48 x 48 acrylic painting on canvas stretches out like a glorious eagle expanding her wingspan to glide into the night. Here, in her sanctuary she can be comfortable with who she is and embraces the time with a pause. No conflict here, just that moment of tranquility when we fit like a secure puzzle piece into the space around us. Smooth as silk, being one with yourself.

"Silk Kimono" is available at Reinike Gallery at 761-C Miami Circle, Atlanta's art and design district.  If you are in the area drop in but if not you can contact the gallery directly or me.  You can order this painting on approval through either the gallery or my website.  If it is through my website I will work with the gallery to have the work sent out to you. 

Free shipping and returns with a one week trial period to see how the work fits with your home.  

“A painting is only started by the artist and than is launched and completed into the world for many chapters of the story. Art doesn’t belong to the artist. It will find it’s “home.”