Original painting - political abstract art with code encouraging voting
This piece encourages voting to make a difference in the coming election. It motivates each person to take control and follow their conscience and select the right candidates. It also features highlights of software code in the Java programming language.
The paisley is a Zoroastrian symbol of life and eternity, which was later used to represent a cedar tree that bends with the wind but does not break as a symbol of strength, resistance, and modesty in the face of invaders. The flower mandala represents a link to my origins from Egypt as it is similar (but preceding) Islamic Art that is popular in the Middle East and relies on geometry for self-expression.
It is 16" × 20" in size and finished on a 0.75" thick traditional cotton canvas. They are made with Liquitex paints and use student grade supplies, which in turn would make it last.
This flawless artwork would give you the morale you need to be firm.
- 16" × 20" original oil painting
- 75" thick traditional cotton canvas
- Inspired by current political events
- Abstract art