Did you ever saw that a large amount of soap mixed with water gives as result?
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The soap pulled by gravity spreads in water, in this painting it clearly sees the membrane soap which becomes increasingly fine, the largest bubbles still remain present and transparency we discover the flowered algae that compose the background and small yellow lights are the insects that touch the surface of the water.
"The soap surfactant properties allow air bubbles to persist longer in the water. When bubbles form, one can clearly distinguish soapy membrane and moving colors."
The creations of the series "Fractals" are printed on 300g/m² canvas mounted in square corners on 18 mm thick wood frame and are delivered with tension keys in order to give you the best visual result.
These reproductions are works from a limited numbered series 0 to 10 (the number 0 is reserved for drawing the artist), these works are signed by the hand of the artist and delivered with a certificate of authenticity.
A very special attention is paid to packaging, canvases are folded in a double layer of waterproof paper and bubble wrap before being slid into the transport carton.