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RF_09 | Mixed Media by Taj 'Deams' Alexander. Item composed of canvas and synthetic
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Created and Sold by Taj 'Deams' Alexander

Taj 'Deams' Alexander

RF_09 - Mixed Media

Price $5,370

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Original painting.

Synthetic Polymer & Pigment on Poly-Cotton/ Linen Blend.
114 x 170 x 5.5cm (W/H/D)

*Shipped as rolled canvas. Stretcher bars only included at the expense of the buyer.
*Frame included on request. Additional shipping charges apply.

Originally exhibited as part of my 2019 exhibition Re:Frame. More information about the exhibition here:

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Item RF_09
As seen in Creator's Studio, Melbourne, Australia
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Taj 'Deams' Alexander
Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2019
Abstract Painter & Designer

Painter and designer Taj ‘Deams’ Alexander was born 1986 in Hobart, Tasmania. He now resides and works in Melbourne, Victoria where he creates painting, mural and sculptural works that explore the flux of subjective perception through familiarity and mystique. His intuitive approach to painting and process allow for an introspective exploration of both visual language and relationship to environment. By way of this investigation he enquires into the nature of the human experience. Through his emotionally charged visual language Taj’s work seeks to both seduce and confound the viewer pulling them deeper into the sublime.

His understanding and investigation of materiality in the field of painting is extensive and unconventional, leading his practice further toward complexity and refinement. While deeply influenced by classical movements such as minimalism, abstract impressionism and Op Art, Taj maintains an open and progressive approach to ‘image making’. This approach sees influences from a multitude of creative fields including digital art, analogue photography, architecture and music.