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Breeze


MEDIUM

Mixed Media, Acrylic on Canvas

DIMENSIONS (H x W)

60 x 114 in
152 x 290 cm

ARTWORK LOCATION

Artspace Warehouse (Los Angeles)

US$ 8,000

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Extra large scale abstract painting with a bright and energetic feel. Contemporary Los Angeles artist Laura Letchinger creates mixed-media artworks layered with acrylic on canvas, often combined with other mediums such as pastel, graphite, crayon and collage. Her large wall art exhibits a fragile vein within time and space, reconciling order and disorder, color and its resonances. From a palette rich in contrasted nuances, she offers a path without concessions towards otherworldliness of renewed interior landscapes that address neither reason nor memory, but stir up a tranquility embedded in us by centuries of figuration.

This over-sized triptych is a 60 inch tall by 114 inch wide original artwork. It is stretched, wired and ready to hang. This one-of-a-kind artwork consists of three separate panels. The sides of the colorful mixed media artwork are painted white. This large painting does not require framing. It is signed on the side and titled by the artist on the back of the artwork. Free local Los Angeles area delivery. Affordable US and worldwide shipping is available. A certificate of authenticity issued by the seller and hanging hardware are included.

Laura is self-taught. Drawings, cartoons, calligraphy, and countless chalk murals were a huge part of her childhood. Years ago Laura lived in an old Chicago window shade factory and was immediately drawn to the aesthetic of big art in an industrial space. She loves working large. Her works are represented by the seller in Los Angeles and have been exhibited and collected throughout the US.

It was her early experience as a distance runner that first provided her full access to the zen-like state of “no-thinking.” Connectedness to a creative life force seems to provide buoyancy to body and spirit. As intuition is heightened, the analytical mind evaporates and actions are informed from a knowing rather than deciding. For Laura all is one, all is timeless, and all is as it is.

“Free from thinking about the past, the future, or even the present mark being made in front of me, a unique internal space exists into which creative energy can flow,” says Letchinger. “I might have a certain intention or feeling as I paint, but I find making art to be the most interesting and exciting when this creative energy manifests in the physical world unfiltered by the mind. As a piece nears completion thoughts often do appear; I see patterns in the image and consider how to develop them. But because so much of even that process is intuitive rather than analytical, when I look at a finished painting I don’t really feel it’s something that I, in particular, made. This magical, magnetic experience of being and discovery continually pulls me to the studio to see what comes up next.”


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Laura Letchinger

Laura Letchinger is a contemporary artist living in Los Angeles who creates large abstract paintings with an urban industrial, minimalist, street or pop art edge. Her works are acrylic on canvas, often combined with other mediums such as pastel, graphite, crayon and collage

“Free from thinking about the past, the future, or even the present mark being made in front of me, a unique internal space exists into which creative energy can flow,” says Letchinger. “I might have a certain intention or feeling as I paint, but I find making art to be the most interesting and exciting when this creative energy manifests in the physical world unfiltered by the mind. As a piece nears completion thoughts often do appear; I see patterns in the image and consider how to develop them. But because so much of even that process is intuitive rather than analytical, when I look at a finished painting I don’t really feel it’s something that I, in particular, made. This magical, magnetic experience of being and discovery continually pulls me to the studio to see what comes up next.”


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