The Givisiez Forest (pixels)
Olivia Boa: The infinitely small is made of atoms, which are always moving and vibrating, and thus cannot be observed. Still the infinitely small is the basis of larger landscapes, nature and buildings, which look immutable. Each pixel represents a molecule, with its own color and properties. Olivia Boa created a contrast between the infinitely small, the pixels, and the infinitely large, the landscape.
The result is a series of abstract impressionist work called ‘Figurative Pixels’. Works in this collection have two dimensions: the microscopic and macroscopic point of views, representing the molecular and landscape levels.
- 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
- X-Large: 15 editions
- Artist-signed and numbered certificate of authenticity
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.
- Acrylic on canvas
- 120 x 100 cm
- Inquire to purchase original: contact@MondaGallery.com