“Multicolor Abstraction” is a bright, colorful original contemporary artwork.
Acrylic paint and oil pastels on stretched canvas, unframed.
The painting is signed on the back, this will allow you to hang it as you prefer, vertical or horizontal.”
About the artist
Evelyn La Starza is a self-taught artist who was born in Milan, Italy. Over the course of thirty years, she has found solace in art as a means of expressing her introspective and introverted nature. Following a career as an interior decorator and jewelry-accessory designer, she founded her own brand in 2004. After fifteen years of success, she made the decision to focus solely on painting.
All of the artist’s creations within the past thirty years are currently housed in private collections around the world. Her works are characterized by a spontaneous joy of using paint to express emotions and inner visions through colors and shapes. The process of painting is introspective, intuitive, and gestural, resulting in pieces distinguished by energetic brushstrokes and bold color palettes.
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