|Year of creation||2018|
|Dimensions||185 W × 60 H × 4 D cm|
|Type of art||painting|
This large Acrylic abstract is a depiction of what it might be like deep under the ocean. It has been created with a acrylic pour background that creates the deep ocean effect with acrylic "drip/splash" technique to represent life deep under the ocean. It is painted with good quality acrylic on gallery stretched canvas with varnish for protection. It is painted on all sides is ready to hang.
Rick Smith is an Abstract Expressionist artist with his studio and gallery in Avalon (Sydney Australia). Although he has a degree in Electronics Engineering his passion for art started in his teenage years and has now evolved into a full time profession. Ricks art is displayed in private galleries around Australia, Neutron Pty Ltd for display in their boardroom and front foyer and also the front foyer of “The Exchange” (Sydney). Inspired by artists such as Wassilly Kandinsky and Jackson Pollock his unique artwork utilises stimulating paint colours and texture which allows him the freedom to communicate ideas and emotions in a subjective way to evoke the subconscious mind of the viewer. With all of his art Rick creates work that he passionately believes would give joy to any observer.