I Can’t Wait to See You Again, Either?
So here we are again… a year later. The main inspiration for I Can’t Wait to See You Again, Either? was a piece I did a year ago titled ‘Blank Space, Waste of Space, Outer Space’.
I Can’t Wait to See You Again, is a common phrase I overheard during the extended periods of lock-down. I thought it would be interesting to turn the language on its head with some added punctuation and change of inflection.
- Maybe I don’t want to see you again.
- Neither introverted or extroverted, maybe you’re happy working from home permanently.
- The characters are facing each other, but are not really seeing each other eye to eye.
- Flashing LED lights represents the ongoing pandemic and complications imposed on everybody’s lives globally.
This original one-of-a-kind acrylic painting, will, prompt you to reflect on your feelings about this period in time.
Features and Benefits
From the Portrait Art Paintings collection, this one-of-a-kind acrylic painting, shows you own something no one else owns. I Can’t Wait to See You Again, Either? is guaranteed to make any home, office or workspace feel unique and special. It may even encourage and prompt a discussion between viewers.
- Part of an Artist Spotlight, in conjunction with ArtResin and the creative process documented from start to finish.
- No need to frame, edges painted, on quality deep edge wood panel.
- Unique LED light feature.
- Signed & Dated on the reverse.
- All artworks are accompanied with a Certificate of Authenticity (COA).
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- This is handmade artwork.
- This is original artwork.
- This is unique artwork.
- This is the only one that exists.
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Adrian Reynolds ‘Ren’ is a contemporary Artist/Designer based in Dublin, Ireland. His paintings are a response to the world that surrounds us. A world that is changing faster than ever before. His work is an exploration of colour, form and texture, placing his work at the intersection between abstraction and representation. His work has been featured in Ireland, the UK and the US.