Epic Art 'Nyc Streets' by Ekaterina Ermilkina Acrylic Glass Wall Art
Nyc Streets' by Ekaterina Ermilkina
Ekaterina Ermikina was born in Russia and works and resides in New Jersey. Here is her artist statement: "...My medium is oil on canvas, and working with color and texture is an ongoing exploration. Modern pointillism has been a revelation for me. Using a palette knife, I apply distinct dots of color and build a pattern, which ultimately is only seen as a pattern when the dots are blended in the eye and mind of the viewer, from a distance. Stippling is very time-consuming, but allows such subtle gradation of color, depending on how far apart the dots are placed, and creates great depth and dimension. I love how these techniques can be so expressive; how the textures allow me to convey, for example, the inner life of a building. Capturing the interior nature of subject matter that may seem, on its surface, prosaic and everyday is what I am after."
Acrylic wall art looks amazing in your home or business. Printed on the back of the acrylic giving it depth and easy maintenance. The highly durable and hard-to-damage qualities make high definition acrylic the ideal wall art for hotels, rental properties, and restaurants. Now Epic Art brings you unmatched value in contemporary wall decor for your home as well. From small sizes to extra large sizes, it is easy to hang, won't shatter like glass if it ever falls down, and is easy to maintain. Simply dust it off or use a damp soft cloth for cleaning.
High gloss wall art printed on high quality clear acrylic glass. Acrylic is shatterproof and easy to clean - giving your years of worry free enjoyment.
Modern art with vibrant colors and extraordinary depth comes ready to hang with a mounted hanging plate on the back
Officially Licensed Digital Print, Artist: Ekaterina Ermilkina
Being an artist is no an easy job, They spend countless hours trying to perfect something that only they are able to see in their minds. Creating something that never existed before is not a simple task.