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Painted in Arroyo Tapiado Mud Caves & Sheep Canyon Anza Borrego Desert, CA. There are two female forms dancing on the right which double as mountain landscapes. This piece also reckons back to my material science roots with the incorporation of well defined slip planes between different phases (in the case red and tan colors) of matter. Slip planes are inherent in all crystalline matter and make up areas where mechanical properties cannot be predicted. Think of them as microscopic fault lines where free energy is expended.
We are absolutely thrilled to release Zedist originals for sale into the general marketplace. The original materials and media are specified above. All originals have been cared for and stored by the artist in a controlled environment in order to keep them pristine, sometimes over many years. Due to normal aging, some minor paint cracking, blemishes, or materials degradation may have occurred. It is our professional opinion that any of these very minor defects do not detract from the original works’ craftsmanship, quality, or colors, and in fact simply elevate their personalities. Due to extensive packaging for shipment, comprehensive insurance, and the living nature of original works, all sales on originals are final and cannot be refunded or returned. Please contact us with any questions about purchasing a Zedist master work!
Originals are securely packaged for shipment in double-walled boxes or custom-built crates after being carefully wrapped in protective non-stick paper, foam, or bubble wrap. They are shipped by a professional artwork transport company and insured for the full value of the work. Due to the delicate organic nature of an original work and the care required to pack and transport them, all sales on originals are final. Please contact us with any questions about purchasing a Zedist master work!