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Pulse

Paul McLachlan

$ 1,500.00 CAD

36 x 24"

"Pulse" stands as a vivid exploration of colour and form. The vibrant irises, shining in shades of blue and lilac, are set against a contrasting backdrop of viridian green leaves and a sliver of ground. The painting is rendered with a distinctive energetic technique, filled with dabs and strokes that evoke motion and vibrating light. This all-over composition, with its undulating rhythm, captures the transient beauty of nature. While the technique used recalls the iconic style of Van Gogh there is also the mechanical nature of its conception, demonstrating how classical artistry can blend seamlessly with contemporary methods.

This piece is a part of our collection in collaboration with LGBT+ VC. Check out the full collection here.

Medium: Acrylic paint on gallery canvas, finished with varnish to ensure longevity. Comes ready to hang.

Editions: Only 20 limited-edition pieces are available. Given the nature of the production process, each edition is unique and will exhibit slight variations, giving each piece authentic character and individuality.

Editions: Only 10 limited-edition pieces are available. Given the nature of the production process, each edition is unique and will exhibit slight variations, giving each piece authentic character and individuality.

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About the Artist

Paul McLachlan, an artist based in New Zealand with an MFA (distinction) from the University of Canterbury, has exhibited from Bangkok to Italy and New Zealand. He won the Jury Prize at the Wallace Art Awards (2018) and the Ethel Susan Jones Scholarship (2013). Institutions like the American Embassy in Wellington and Hocken Library feature his work. McLachlan, known for his prints, tapestries, and drawings, shifted his approach in 2020, merging painting with mechanical engraving. These pieces, straightforward at first glance, reveal deeper complexity with rhythmic visual lines. He often depicts landscapes and forests, blending spirituality and ecology. His work traverses myth and environmental themes, showcasing his unique visual style.

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