I Think This is the Way

Paul Westacott

$3,200

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Dye sublimation print on custom cut aluminum panel. Like a guiding light or a beacon showing the way. Perhaps the dawn of a new day, bringing beauty, light, the potential of the unknown. …… Orbital is a meditative series of coded art prints. An exploration of the power of rhythm and color to awaken memory and association within us. Color is a powerful sense memory that reaches deep into the subliminal. What fascinates me most about color and their relationships, is how no two people perceive the same thing. The emotions and associations they provoke are as unique as each persons experience. Details. Size: 33”x 33” (Need a different size? No problem! Just let me know). Aluminum prints are made to order. Please allow 4-6 weeks for delivery. I make only one aluminum print from each digital artwork. Because my digital work has no “original” in the traditional sense, I think of the aluminum print as originals. 1/16" gauge aluminum panel mounted on a 3/4" aluminum frame. The print is also backed with 1/4" Sintra board (rigid PVC) for stability, which is inset 1 1/2" from the edge of the print. Dye Sublimation printing (also known as metal print) is a process of infusing dyes into a sheet of pre-treated aluminum via heat transfer. The process once complete, is permanent and archival up to 65+ years, as tested by Wilhelm imaging research.

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33"H × 33"W × 78"D
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Dye sublimation print on custom cut aluminum panel.
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STATEMENT

As an artist I have always been acutely sensitive to my environment and physical space. My work is a personal response to and exploration of the forms, spaces, light and color that surround me every day. This was true growing up in the industrial north of England, and now in my adopted home of Los Angeles. I am fascinated by the power of color. How it can reach deep into the unconscious to affect emotions, transport us to another time or place, disrupt perceptions and change minds. My work is intended as a portal, a way to tap into the trans formative power of art through color.

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