Working with local artist has always been something important to me. I find that sourcing art for client’s homes can be a long process, because art is so objective and personal. Over the past few years, I have been so fortunate to work with a few local Dallas artist as well as artist from all over Texas. The communication is simple, and being able to show my clients pieces that they can see being created or adjusted for their home is a fun process. Today I wanted to share a few pieces from Dallas artist Baron Farha.
His acrylic pieces using Sari Dye are my favorite because you can go with any color palette…and each piece is unique. We asked Baron to tell us a little bit more about the process and of course we wanted to share a few more of his available pieces!
The dye is super concentrated which gives it the vibrancy in colors. The process starts and finishes naturally as the dye free flows within itself and by the use and help of my hands, I am able to create the depth I want by the use of layering. The coolest part of these pieces are that I never know what they will look like until they are dry and complete. I do a reverse process so I am always “surprised” by the outcome. The Acrylic sheets are protected by white film, so until that film is released and taken off, I never know what to expect. The application is mutli faceted and can be used in so many ways. Color’s can be selected by the client and pricing starts at $1550.00.
“oceans parallel” 4ft x 6ft $2695
Painted with an antique Chinese paintbrush
Acrylic on canvas – overlay