In this painting on wood panel entitled "Less Delicate Than the Locust" abstract painter Jim Napierala freely explores vivid, nearly neon color. The painting is layered with multi-colored underpainting which breaks through the green glaze to play with the changing light. See larger overall image. See close-up detail. The title of this work comes from a Charles Bukowski short story that begins with a painter who is fed up with smell of studio fumes and wants to get out. |
21st century in sensibility, Jim Napierala's work draws on sources a distinct as Colorfield painting and Impressionism.
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This panel on panel is prepared to hang frameless, floating slightly off the wall. Buyer pays shipping and insurance.