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Waterfall

Sie Douglas-Fish

$ 200.00 CAD

24 x 36"

The interplay of light and dark hues throughout the composition adds to the depth, mimicking the way light interacts with water surfaces. The overall effect is both calming and mesmerizing, drawing the viewer into a meditative state. This artwork beautifully balances abstraction with a tangible sense of nature, making it a versatile piece suitable for a variety of spaces.

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

Sie Douglas-Fish (they/them) is a professional digital and analog painter and illustrator from the lands of the Secwépemc nation (100 Mile House, BC) currently living and working on the lands of the Kanienʼkehá꞉ka people (Montréal, QC). An award-winning artist, Sie holds a BFA of Visual Arts and Japanese Studies from the University of Victoria. Sie is an art tutor, advocate, and lover of learning and tech. With experience in numerous group and solo gallery shows, Sie is helping Acrylic pioneer the future of art one stroke at a time.

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