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Follow the River

Sale price$578.00

Gunnar Haller, as a child, showed a strong fascination with geometric shapes, delighting in filling them with vibrant colors and emphasizing the significance of straight lines.

In the late 1970s, Gunnar's artistic journey took a significant turn when he encountered abstract art for the first time, being deeply inspired by the immense paintings of Vassily Kandinsky in Paris. From that moment on, his passion for abstract art became a lifelong commitment.

Working with geometric forms has been at the core of Gunnar's artistic expression. He diligently arranges these shapes, aiming to convey the sheer joy he experiences while crafting a new painting.

Since 1980, Gunnar has devoted himself to an ongoing series of acrylic abstract paintings. His preferred medium is paper, where he starts by creating multiple pencil sketches, thoughtfully contemplating color choices. Subsequently, he meticulously redraws the composition on thick watercolor paper. For his artwork, Gunnar exclusively employs acrylic paint, using delicate sable brushes for precise application.

"Follow the River"

Original Artwork (Frame not included)

30 x 40 cm

Acrylics on Saunders 630g Watercolor Fine Art Paper

Please note that the framed images are for illustrative purposes only, as an example of how the artwork may look framed with a white passepartout.

If you live in, or near, Stockholm and wish to order the artwork framed, please contact us at Unfortunately we cannot offer framing options to customers outside of Stockholm at this moment.

Follow the River
Follow the River Sale price$578.00

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