Attention in oil painting preservation
If a Extra Large painting is properly maintained, it can be painted for hundreds of years without discoloration.How can I protect the canvas from damage? First, two layers of natural beeswax, which can be pre-dissolved in turpentine, can be applied to the back of the canvas, which can completely prevent the damage caused by the immersion of moist air; Secondly, Large Abstract oil paintings are most taboo against direct sunlight, because ultraviolet rays are very destructive to color. This will make it fade and discoloration; Third, the room of storage Black and White oil painting must be good ventilation, pay attention to prevent dust and mildew on the canvas caused by damage, the room needs to maintain a certain range of temperature and humidity; Finally, the Large Modern oil painting should not put two pictures together, and once the temperature rises, it is likely to make the picture stick together, resulting in the loss of oil color picture damage.
Large canvas wall art-In the work “the cage of ease”, Extra Large Modern Painting Benjamin nordsmark imprisons a 3D printed miniature version of himself in a bird cage, revealing the closed lifestyle of modern people.
Through a combination of craftsmanship and high technology, Large Abstract Canvas Ar the Danish artist and furniture carpenter aims to connect the past with the future and raise questions about people’s stagnant lifestyles based on the past. ABSTRACT PAINTING MODERN WALL DECOR
The comfortable cage consists of a Chinese birdcage with what appears to be a tree growing out of it. It is handmade from steel wire, plaster and paint.
Benjamin nordsmark, a miniature 3d-printed Benjamin nordsmark,Extra Large Black and White Canvas sits on a thick branch and looks at the only exit.
He represents those who choose a simple and comfortable life, who will not adapt to new environment and accept new challenges, which is also the main melody of modern life. The work aims to attract the audience’s attention and encourage them to change their way of life.
“The coddled cage” is part of a Copenhagen creative exhibition that will be on display for the rest of September in maison du Denmark in Paris.
The exhibition showcases the work of ten artists who represent Denmark and create under the theme “how technology affects modern art”.