Pueblo Errante, An original multi medium modern abstract on sculptured shaped canvas painting by Kurt Wedgley.
Measures 69"x44"x 5" with 56 corners.
Pueblo Errante translates to 'Wandering Village' and was inspired by the architecture of Pueblo dwellings. Wedgley added a twist to bring it to the Twenty-First century with an industrial composition. He applied custom mixed gray acrylic paint with his signature texture to the canvas to give the impression of concrete. His welded carbon steel covers to go over the wooden dowels. This gives a modern edge to old world architecture.
Description: This one of a kind abstract is framed with 56 corners, boxes, openings and floating dowels. Over the wooden dowels, Kurt placed welded carbon steel covers. Please see additional images showing the structured engineered framework. The protruding shapes have duplicate structures inside to fully integrate to the structure. The frame is fully covered with canvas. The wooden framework of this piece has been sanded throughout for evenness in the stretching process. This piece can be hung both vertical and horizontal with perfect design.
© copyright 2018 - 2019 Kurt Wedgley
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