The painting “ LXX ” is one in a series of abstract expressionism paintings by the artist Chris Barklem, a professional artist based in Barcelona.
LXX – Barklem.art
Paintings, 60 × 60 cm
The series took inspiration from the abstract expressionism “drip” painting method of Jackson Pollock (1912 – 1956). Instead of using a drip (as Jackson did), Chris used a blend of professional acrylics, fluid mediums, and innovative application methods to recreate the movement and give profound depth.
It is named “ LXX ” as the artist took his inspiration the naming convention of Jackson Pollock (numbers only) with a twist by using the Latin numbering system (“70”).
The highest quality canvas on a professionally crafted stretcher. The artist used professional acrylics, mediums, and varnishes by the manufacturer Liquitex.
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The artist Chris Barklem, from the studio “Barklem Art”, which is a small painting studio in Barcelona, Spain. Together with his wife Anna Barklem, they work on a project by project basis, which leads to a series of paintings or directions.