Young & Battaglia
Immerse yourself in the Submerged wall art collection, a collaboration between Y&B and digital artist Kirin Young. Peaceful pastel colours inspired by the original painting they obscure. Submerged in the paint that painted them. A familiar new proverb "Can't see the painting for the paint" maybe a visual metaphor to the realities of one's life? Would you be so calm? These artworks are printed on stretched canvas and mounted as standard in a white wooden box frame. Bespoke sizes and framing service is also available on request.
These classical characters are submerged in one of the paint colours that painted them. Calm pastel colours and blissfully calm faces that appear undisturbed by the rising paint levels... or are they emerging from a milky pampering? Visually inspired by the 'colour field' paintings of the 1950s and 1960s by artists including Mark Rithko and Barnett Newman, these whimsical works feature large area of a single, carefully chosen colour, but with the twist of a not so abstract or expressive composition. The Submerged 1 art print is great for communal spaces such as living rooms and shows a mans face submerged by a milky blue water, framed with a white boarder.