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Beautiful World

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Fan - 1 Expert - 7
$3,000.00

Original art. Acrylic on canvas.

Responses (4)

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Nino
Nino Artist

December 03, 2022

Love the colors, shapes and texture, beautiful work!

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Jennifer K Kiss

February 04, 2022

These are so cool. I would love to see your process!

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John Crowther
John Crowther Critic

February 03, 2022

Jesus Nunez Rabano’s Beautiful World’s kaleidoscopic diffused blocks of color wind up the canvas in thick snake-like avenues of pigment. The gestural applications of paint are balanced by the constraints of the curving forms containing them. Without the negative space between the two primary shapes, the varied and explosive palette would overwhelm the viewer and drown them in an incomprehensible sea of color.

Rabano expertly uses negative space to balance the tonally wild instances of paint and create something out of nothing. From what I can tell (and don’t take my word for it! This is as much of a question to the artist as speculation), the white of the "empty" space is too activated and matted to be the bare surface of the actual canvas. Regardless, the negative space is as a part of the painting as the colorful veins. It finds its own form in relation to theirs and vice versa.

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John Crowther
John Crowther Critic

February 03, 2022

Jesus Nunez Rabano’s Beautiful World’s kaleidoscopic diffused blocks of color wind up the canvas in thick snake-like avenues of pigment. The gestural applications of paint are balanced by the constraints of the curving forms containing them. Without the negative space between the two primary shapes, the varied and explosive palette would overwhelm the viewer and drown them in an incomprehensible sea of color.

Rabano expertly uses negative space to balance the tonally wild instances of paint and create something out of nothing. From what I can tell (and don’t take my word for it! This is as much of a question to the artist as speculation), the white of the "empty" space is too activated and matted to be the bare surface of the actual canvas. Regardless, the negative space is as a part of the painting as the colorful veins. It finds its own form in relation to theirs and vice versa.

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Jesus Nunez Rabano
Creator
Category
Abstract
Type
Painting - Unframed
Materials
Acrylic, Canvas
Dimensions
30.00 inches wide
40.00 inches tall
1.00 inches deep
Weight
3.00 lbs
Location
Summit, NJ, US
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