Two large spheres in contrasting colours similar to large planets moving in space seem to collide against each other attracted by an irresistible force. This pleasant texture-rich painting features soft and evanescent lines, characterised by a rough and irregular artistic style. The artwork is entirely handmade using acrylic paints on a thick gallery-grade canvas. This amazing artwork by Edgar Ramirez can be hung on the wall without a frame and the result is of great visual impact.
Despite the abstract theme, the subject matter of the painting clearly draws inspiration from space and planets, or perhaps satellites, whose orbits, in this case, cross each other's. The evocative scene of the painting, strengthened by its unique texture featuring spots of colours, and characterising the surface of the two spheres, seems to evoke a planetary collision of sorts, further exalted by the bright silver sunburst lines that seem to explode outward from the centre of the canvas.
The dominant colours in this refined textured painting, embellished by embossed decorative elements, are the soft pearlescent grey of the background, the shades of dark grey and silver of the left sphere and the pink and orange shades of the right sphere.
Powerful yet balanced, this painting on gallery-grade canvas is accompanied by a certificate of craftsmanship that certifies its value.