Nolan Cooley

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329

35.00

Nolan began doing repetitive pattern art as a exercise to clam his anxiety when feeling overwhelmed. He still continues to take art breaks throughout his day. Nolan is very strategic with the color palette, instinctively choosing complimentary colors for each piece. The original art was created on graph paper with sharpie's, now he uses a variety of different mediums to show case his creativity. 

Description

Gallery-stretched and hand-splined. 100% cotton duck archival quality. Professional frame construction with kiln-dried, bevel stretch bars that are 1.5″ thick. Canvas is removable for restretching and is finished with acid-free titanium acrylic gesso.  Acrylic paint: Size 6"x6"

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Nolan began doing repetitive pattern art as a exercise to clam his anxiety when feeling overwhelmed. He still continues to take art breaks throughout his day. Nolan is very strategic with the color palette, instinctively choosing complimentary colors for each piece. The original art was created on graph paper with sharpie's, now he uses a variety of different mediums to show case his creativity. 

Description

Gallery-stretched and hand-splined. 100% cotton duck archival quality. Professional frame construction with kiln-dried, bevel stretch bars that are 1.5″ thick. Canvas is removable for restretching and is finished with acid-free titanium acrylic gesso.  Acrylic paint: Size 6"x6"