Olivia Boa: For her May 2014 Dubai exhibition, Olivia Boa applied both her “pixels” and “blind” styles to the most iconic landmarks of the city, creating five pairs of large size paintings as well as a Dubai Skyline in “pixels” only. Using the city as a subject, she created structured harmony of colors and forms in her “pixels” style, typically appealing to the analytical left side of the viewer’s brain, while expressing raw emotions in her “blind” style, typically appealing to the emotional right side of the viewer’s brain. In the process, she enticed viewers of her creations to use both hemispheres in greater harmony, an objective which she is pursuing both as an artist and a therapist.
- Museum quality archival paper or high quality canvas
- Limited edition, exclusive to MONDA Gallery
- Mini: Open, numbered editions
- Small: 150 editions
- Medium: 75 editions
- Large: 30 editions
- Extra large: 15 editions
- Artist-signed and numbered certificate of authenticity for Small and above
This artwork is offered on extra white 300 gsm fine art paper or 380 gsm high-quality canvas.
Paper framed behind glass with 2 x 3 cm or 3 x 2 cm black fiber frame.
Canvas stretched on 2.5 cm deep wood or stretched & framed with 1.8 x 3.5 cm black L-shaped floating frame.
Please contact us for custom framing as desired.
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