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Bronze Age is an Original artwork by Dan Pearce
Unique use of metallic colours set this piece apart – a truly exceptional abstract scene. Add to the amazing colours the interesting texture, you’ll want to touch it as well as look at it. This piece is made in inks sprays and resins, showcasing Dan Pearce’s incredible talent with spray and resin. This piece is part of the new abstract collection created especially for Rare. Priced to give everyone an opportunity of owning a ‘piece by Pearce..’
About the work…
Dan Pearce’s colourful creations are a pleasure to look at and touch, combining finely grained sprayed backgrounds with drops of lustrous resin onto a variety of materials and surfaces. His abstract-decorative paintings are polished to perfection, showing the artist’s impeccable control of his working media. “I use a process of amalgamating ingredients like polished metals, rich resins, grinding gradients, intricate stencils and a large portion of urban mix to create a vivid, engaging world of iconic portraits” The synthetic look of Pearce’s work is quite deliberate, giving his paintings an almost industrial, non-handmade aesthetic. The imagery he uses sits tight within its frame, proposing a sharply tailored artistic style.
About the Artist
Dan Pearce is a London-based mixed media artist and digital designer. He studied art at his local college on Merseyside which led to a (BA)Hons in Jewellery Design. Post University he returned to his original birth place of Australia and setup home in Sydney for the next seven years. It was here he honed his skills for digital design and fell in love with stencil art. Influenced by some of the stencil masters ELK and C215 he immersed himself into the world of hand cut stencils and spray paint.
Dan Pearce is married with two sons. He has built a studio at the bottom of his garden in Beckenham, which allows him to juggle his busy life of artist, his digital design business and a hands-on dad. He has been exhibiting his artwork since 2011 throughout the UK and internationally.