VULCAN AB. original painting
Live long and prosper; one in a series of large scale paintings by Edmonton artist Darcy Fraser Macdonald, ‘Vulcan AB.’ takes inspiration from midcentury travel stickers. This piece embraces the trekkie tourism theme from the rural town of Vulcan, Alberta. Back painted in layers on plexiglass with a healthy dose of glitter, the painting gives more depth than a print can offer. Framed with black metal to complete a crisp look. 42”x 45”. This painting looks even more fabulous when viewed in person, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment to view. The artist will take commissions if you’d prefer the same work in alternate colours. Please contact Darcy at www.blackartifex.com for more information.
After graduating from the University of Alberta with a Bachelor of Design degree (BDes) in 1999, Darcy Fraser Macdonald went on to do two years of undergraduate studies in architecture at Carleton University, and a further two years of graduate studies at University of Manitoba.