Arcana of Cups - Heavy Metal // #0334 Mini Painting
Ultraviolet Backdrops // Arcana of Cups #0334 Mini Painting
Ultraviolet’s Heavy Metal Series are inspired by the long-game processes of oxidization, patina, erosion and time. Our mini arcana series offers a multi-layered palate that changes and shifts, pulls colors, evoke symbols and elements and is extremely fun to edit and play with.
NOTES ON: #0333 Arcana of Cups- Generous flowing patterns in star clusters of marigold and iron on a color-shifting base of deep plum, green, teal, and black. Pour creative energies on this one.
This painting is coated with a matte varnish to offer some water resistance and color fast quality. Also note that this piece has a metallic smell due to the additives and products used to create its unique look. Highly sensitive individuals please take note and reach out directly to Ashley for more details via our contact page.
- This mini measures at 24"x36" backdrop painted on 12-ounce cotton canvas hand-painted by Matthew Peterson at Ultraviolet Studios, Utah
- Photographs highlight notable areas and show a range of exposures and directions of light.
- Handmade in the USA with imported and domestic products including but not limited to acrylic, gold foil, plasters, and minerals.
- Collector may notice intermittent brush bristles or concentrations of paint embedded in the final work. We engage in creative experimentation and do not claim or seek for perfection.
Shipping and Policies:
- Shipping & Handling costs are calculated beginning at $30. If shipping costs exceed this minimum (whether due to weight, unique sizing, East Coast shipping, or orders requiring multiple packages), the client will be invoiced for the difference upon shipping.
- Local pick-up is offered to our Utah-based clients
- All backdrops are available for rent and/or purchase
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