Title: Grey Lotus #1
36 x 48"
Weight: 18.0 lbs.
Acrylics on wood. Finished with a high gloss polymer. Note that there is a reflection within the photograph of the painting. The grey area is one solid color on solid white.
No problem, I'll continue checking the website for your new additions. thanks
i currently don't have any grey lotus paintings.
but i could always create 2 of them for you if you'd like.
Andy...Do you still by chance have Grey Lotus #2? Or is there one? I would be interested in a pair.
Andy Anh Ha is an LA-based painter who is endlessly fusing his imagination into a canvas. He is originally from Nashville, TN and relocated to LA in 2004 after graduating from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville with a BFA in Fine Arts. His work runs the gamut between modern-contemporary, to Dada-mixed media. Metals, texts, acrylic, spray paint, and polymers regularly appear in his work in addition to traditional oils. “From childhood until this day, I’ve been molded to be an artist – someone who creates.” says Andy. Growing up on welfare within a first-generation Asian-American family of three brothers and a sister, life often presented Andy with many difficult choices at a young age. Instead of crumbling with his surroundings, he’d always choose creativity instead of destruction. After winning 1st place at the ‘Beverly Hills Affaire in the Gardens’ in both 2005 and 2008, as well as the Gil Gorbos Most Original Award in 2008, and 3rd place in 2007, Andy has since become well noticed by the Hollywood elite. Famous collections include: Jessica Alba (Sin City, Fantastic Four), Queen Latifah (Chicago), Jamie Murray (Dexter), Dan Abrams (MSNBC), Darin Brooks (Days of Our Lives), Ben Savage (Boy Meets World), Kari Whitman (K.W. Interiors), Nate Parker (Great Debaters), Larry Traxler (Head Designer Hilton Hotels).
Painting is an outlet of creative expression. It is a testimony of my thoughts and emotions. It is to beautify my mind, body, and soul by pleasing the eye aesthetically and thoughts conceptually. The canvas is the most important tool, it is the foundation of balance created by the collaboration of subject and negative space. I choose acrylic paint because it allows me to be versatile during drying and mixing methods. Red, blue, and yellow are dominant colors in my paintings because they are the purest values, all other hues are made by mixing these primary colors. The lotus is an important aspect in regards to the relation it has with my culture and way of life. It represents my upbringing as a 1st generation welfare recipient and how my life has transformed. Through obtaining knowledge and culture, success has blossomed. I have stayed grounded by knowing that from hard work and determination, goals can be achieved. I am an Asian-American, and through my paintings I wish to share this balanced, beautiful fusion of Eastern and Western culture. Both modern yet traditional, simple but bold.
BFA Fine Arts, Concentratioin Media Arts University of Tennessee, Knoxville
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