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Pink Window, 2021
Colour Pencil and Metallic Paint on Paper
66" H x 35" W
Signed: Piece is signed on the back
Framed: White wood frame with UV acrylic

$15,000

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Estimated arrival: Aug 25 - Sep 1


Description
Description
Pink Window is a part of an ongoing series of large panels. The works may be displayed individually or in a grouping. Because there is no right way up, there is the option to be displayed vertically or horizontally. This is up to the viewer. The metallic center painted with mirror effect paint is embossed to create dimension. The rough edges give a slab-like effect and are intentionally imperfect. A common underlying theme in Waldusky's works is the idea of siblings. When the works are created they are often in pairings, whether identical or fraternal. The idea being that if the works are separated, they are not alone in the world. They have a mate or a family member and may be reunited someday. The sibling to Pink Window is Blue Window. Pink Window debuted at Red Dot Miami 2021 with Gabriel Fine Arts London. The exhibitor won for Best International Gallery. This piece is located in New York and ships from the US.
Additional Information
Additional Information

Artist: Laura Waldusky

Type: Drawing

Price category: $10,000+

Size category: Extra Large (over 60”)

Orientation: Vertical

Colors: Silver, Purple

Shipping and Returns
Shipping and Returns

Shipping: $500 - Domestic, $1,000 - International

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Estimated arrival: Aug 25 - Sep 1

Returns: Returns are accepted if shipped within 7 days of being received by the client. Art buyer is responsible for return shipping expenses unless the artwork is materially different than presented on this page. If you believe this is the case, please contact Sugarlift to help resolve the issue.


Laura Waldusky

Laura Waldusky

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Each piece I create is born out of moments and experiences where I felt powerless and exposed. While these memories can be difficult to recall, the scraping of the pencil into the paper is…