Acrylic on Canvas
30" x 30"
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Painted in 2011 on a Gallery Wrap Canvas that does not require framing for display.
"Beach Umbrella" is a figurative study of a multi colored Caribbean style Parasol Umbrella suspended in a sequenced tri-colored checkerboard grid suggesting a beach landscape. As several other paintings I've done, it was inspired by my passion for the allure and serenity of the Caribbean. And, it was an ideal fit for my work - at the time - with color, abstraction and symbolic objects to expose the splendor of Ordinary Things. It was included in my NYC Chelsea gallery show "Ordinary Things" and reviewed by Ed McCormack of Gallery and Studio Magazine. Below is an excerpt from that review:
"Norman Perlmutter is every bit as enamored as Andy Warhol was of every day common objects that we take for granted and finds in them aesthetic autonomy and a hidden beauty that most of us miss."
(1) A copy of the magazine cover and the review page will be included with the painting.
(2) Priced at Standard plus 40% for being part of a gallery show that received a very positive review from a leading NYC Art Publication.
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