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Colorful abstract & improvisational artwork by former starving artist Brian Moss

Art Postcards for Sale

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

the Disintegration of a Highly Colored Fish Eye

Abstract Expressionism Postcard
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Abstract Postcard - snowy marina
Abstract Expressionism Postcard
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Abstract Postcard - snowy marina

the Disintegration of a Highly Colored Fish Eye

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  • item code: #P1
  • 4" x 6" abstract postcard
  • 50% post-consumer ♻️ paper
  • sturdy 14 pt cardstock
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This abstract expressionism art postcard reveals a sea of warm reds, oranges & yellows, intersecting with cooler greens, blues and dark violets around an oddly placed yellow ring tying everything together. Harmonious is how the artist would describe it. Others have used the word tense.

Send this as a traditional postcard or notecard with handwritten correspondence, or keep it for the art on the front. Art cards are perfect for brightening up a small spaces and warming up faces.

This artist card meticulously reproduces the vibrant color and detailed pen strokes that was the original painting, and features a durable smudge-free finish that will hold up if being mailed.

born: 2011
size: 20" x 30"
status:Missing in action
media: acrylics, pen & ink

 

ARTIST PRODUCT RAMBLING

For this particular painting I used a number of "unorthodox" techniques to get the various effects seen by mixing liquid acrylics with other media. Oh, and I should mention that I painted it entirely with toothpicks (I find that stray hairs in the end of brush tend to create unwanted blobs). Enlarge for the full unadulterated view. The convoluted title is a homage to my favorite painter, Salvador Dali.

 
 

I would be remiss if I didn’t use any opportunity possible to mention the original painting (and two others) grew legs & walked off mysteriously. It was last seen September 2013. No ransom note was left. I have watched enough CSI to know the paintings were probably dismembered within 24 hours (R.I.P.), however, if you’ve seen it and somehow stumbled on this product page by way of google images or something, reach out. tips@brianmossart.com