When abstractionism meets geometry, works of art such as this one by artist Edgar Ramirez are created. On the canvas we see a sequence of triangles, a three-sided geometric figure repeated in various sizes, shapes and colours. We cannot distinguish a precise number of triangles, but we can see that the shades used are grey, creamy white, milky white, various shades of brown and even a rather dark gold. The lines of some of the triangles tend to extend and intersect with others in a weave that becomes even more inextricable.
This work was painted using the technique of acrylic on canvas, but it also includes metallic pieces, which look shiny and polished. The latter combine well with the various shades of grey that occupy most of the canvas. The dimensions of the gallery grade frame are: 80 cm high by 120 cm wide. With regard to the aesthetics of the painting, in addition to its artistic value, it is a valuable design object that can furnish a wall with its mere presence. In the demonstration photos we created an example by combining the painting with a light grey wall and a white sofa. Undoubtedly, neutral shades are best suited to match the range of colours in the painting.