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© Sandra Mucha 2017 I explore the structure and surfaces of buildings, scenes found in nature, and every day objects. I use a creative process that allows me to distort my subjects initial orderliness, leaving behind an unbroken view on canvas
Acrylic on Canvas
18" x 24"
© Sandra Mucha 2017 I explore the structure and surfaces of buildings, scenes found in nature, and every day objects. I use a creative process that allows me to distort my subjects initial orderliness, leaving behind an unbroken view on canvas
Acrylic on Canvas
20" x 20" x 1.5"
© Sandra Mucha 2017 I explore the structure and surfaces of buildings, scenes found in nature, and every day objects. I use a creative process that allows me to distort my subjects initial orderliness, leaving behind an unbroken view on canvas
Acrylic on Canvas
10" x 10"
$250
© Sandra Mucha 2017 I explore the structure and surfaces of buildings, scenes found in nature, and every day objects. I use a creative process that allows me to distort my subjects initial orderliness, leaving behind an unbroken view on canvas
Oil on Canvas
48" x 36" x 1.5"
2007
© Sandra Mucha 2017 I explore the structure and surfaces of buildings, scenes found in nature, and every day objects. I use a creative process that allows me to distort my subjects initial orderliness, leaving behind an unbroken view on canvas
Acrylic on Canvas
16" x 20" x 1.5"
© Sandra Mucha 2017 I explore the structure and surfaces of buildings, scenes found in nature, and every day objects. I use a creative process that allows me to distort my subjects initial orderliness, leaving behind an unbroken view on canvas
Oil on Canvas
40" x 30" x 1.5"

ARTIST STATEMENT
"My painting's provide the viewer a moment to be immersed into a underlying sense of calm. They are like looking through a morning dew drop, and convey movement and space with the use of my playful perspectives and pattern.

I explore the structure and surfaces of buildings, scenes found in nature, and every day objects. I use a creative process that allows me to distort my subjects initial orderlyness, leaving behind an unbroken view on canvas."