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Caroline Ashton, Nature's Way III

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Caroline Ashton, Nature's Way III

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Artist:

Caroline Ashton

Materials:

print on 243 gr. archival paper

Frame details:

2" white mat/wood

Frame finish:

white

Dimensions:

25" x 25"

Why We Love This

This abstract painting is composed of geometric lines that have a beautifully loose quality. The work is printed on archival paper and set on a white mat. It is framed in white wood.

Why We Love This

This abstract painting is composed of geometric lines that have a beautifully loose quality. The work is printed on archival paper and set on a white mat. It is framed in white wood.

About the Brand

Caroline Ashton has taken in the full spectrum of fine art, exploring watercolors, acrylics, oils, printmaking, and ceramics. In her paintings, she weaves faceless figures and bodies together in dynamic movements, costumes, and settings, expertly using colors and images to shape her artistry. She begins by blocking in her shapes with thin washes, then layers translucent or opaque pigments for luminosity and a kaleidoscope of rich colors. "My paintings control the uncontrollable, and I am always surprised by the outcome," she says. Ashton was born in Texas and raised in South America.