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Watching in Silence 1


MEDIUM

Acrylic on Canvas

DIMENSIONS (H x W)

48 x 60 in
122 x 152 cm

ARTWORK LOCATION

Artspace Warehouse (Los Angeles)

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Arizona artist Gail Titus paints vibrant, abstract compositions in acrylic on canvas with a focus on textures, colors and abstract color(-field) compositions. The visual element of her multi-dimensional textures defines the intricate surface quality of her artwork, and the physical and emotional energy of the artist and her subject.

This large, one-of-a-kind dynamic and textural painting is 48 inches high by 120 inches wide. It is wired and ready to hang. The sides of this highly textural black, white and gray artwork are painted as a continuation of the front. It does not require framing. It is signed and titled by the artist on the back. Free local Los Angeles area delivery. Affordable U.S. and worldwide shipping available. A certificate of authenticity issued by the gallery is included.

After working as a ceramic artist for more than twenty years creating wall sculptures and commissioned installation work, Gail Titus has been focusing more extensively into pursuing her long time interest in abstract painting. Her detailed studies of abstract painting techniques lead Gail Titus to develop works on canvas using acrylic paint and a carefully chosen mix of unconventional tools and techniques. The primary focus has been on surface development and exploring textures.

The geometric planes of her artworks and the texture in her movements are boldly hatched in contours of energetic brushstrokes, developing new expressive abstractions in color and texture. She sends the viewer on a journey of discovery across the painting surface to continually re-discover the the depth of the colors, structures, and textures.

She resides in Tucson, AZ and La Jolla, CA. Her artworks have been acquired by corporations and private collectors throughout the United States, Canada and Australia. They have been featured on hit TV shows such as "The Catch" on ABC.


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Gail Titus

After working as a ceramic artist for more than twenty years creating wall sculptures and commissioned installation work, Gail Titus has been focusing more extensively on pursuing her long time interest in abstract painting. Her detailed studies of abstract painting techniques lead Titus to develop works on canvas using acrylic paint and a variety of unconventional tools and techniques. As with her ceramic work, her primary focus in painting has been on surface development.

Gail Titus works spontaneously and intuitively without regard to realistic forms, but with a focus of textures, colors and interesting shapes. She creates artworks by applying paint to a canvas using brushes, scrapers, water bottles or other objects, working quickly and intuitively. After this initial phase she begins to discern and work more methodically, further developing the painting. As this process continues, certain areas of the painting will start to feel undeveloped. This is when she will methodically rework those areas until the artwork gradually feels resolved.

Titus says of her work, “It is difficult to title my work. I paint spontaneously, usually without any preconceived ideas…when a painting is close to being finished or when it is finished that I can relate the composition to something external, but often not even then. I really want the viewer to relate to the images on the painting, with their response coming from their own experiences.”

Her artworks have been acquired by corporations and private collectors throughout the United States, Canada and Australia.


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