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Colorful abstract & improvisational artwork by former starving artist Brian Moss

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Artist Brian Moss has reproduced nearly 100 of his colorful paintings & pen & ink artworks into beautiful 4" x 6" art postcards for mailing or stationery

Circus Conduit

Green Orange Yellow abstract painting
Green Orange Yellow abstract painting

Circus Conduit

  • style# P87
  • 4" x 6" art postcard
  • 50% recycled paper
  • thick 14 pt cardstock
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Shades of greens and oranges melt beautifully in this small art print by Virginia native, Brian Moss.

This postcard has been splendidly cloned from the original painting and captures all of the vibrancy and detail as the original work. It is professionally printed on dense 14 point thick cardstock, and features a dust & fingerprint resistant matte finish to make the artwork shine. With a composition of roughly 50%, the cardstock is eco-friendlier.

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painted: 2013
size: 20" x 30"
availability: sold
media: pen & ink, marker



This was painted "live" at Richmond's Maymont park on August 29th, 2013 at an Umphrey's & STS9 double header. Very much in my "improvisational" style, I set out with a white canvas and no pre-conceived idea of what to paint, without a safety net so to speak. As always, I'll wait for the band to begin before trying to channel the energy they are putting down.

Some of my live experiments don't bode as well particularly for late night sets, but in this case both bands featured one extended set so they started the evening earlier which provided for more daylight. I always find it easier to paint when you can see what you are doing.

The individual tones I used were pulled from the lightboards that each respective band had on stage. My memory of the tail end of that show is a little hazy, but I remember being very much in tune with the energy of the show for most of this painting. Either way it makes for an interesting composition.

The title is a mash-up of one of the songs played that night from each band.