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The Rush Hour by Ryder - [bio]

Limited Editions of 95
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Art individually signed by artist Ryder

The Rush Hour by Ryder
Frame ID: RBB - Recommended Frame

The Rush Hour by Ryder - [bio]

Limited Editions of 95 - Art individually signed by artist Ryder

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Medium Giclee On Board
Format Board With Slip
Style Contemporary
Image W x H 30" x 22" ?

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“Sometimes we just have to take a moment, stand back and not take life so seriously.” And so say all of us. A critically acclaimed contemporary fine artist who’s visually taken his own message at face value is up-and-coming (yet already best-selling) paintsmith, Ryder. We love Ryder’s almost dream-like compositional pieces which routinely possess this other-worldly aura which nearly hypnotises the viewer if they don’t take their obsessed eyes off the study in question for a few minutes. Returning to familiar canvas on board pictorial territories this Autumn 2015, Ryder has just released this graphic conundrum entitled, ‘The Rush Hour’.

Clearly-ish, a contradiction in graphically-formulated terms, this blurry-edged scene-setting iteration is conversely set at snail’s pace, as it follows the one-frame adventure of one woman and her dog; pictured a long, long, long way away from the much-maligned rat race. Oh, and it’s completed and presented at this time of asking as a hand-signed limited edition rendition, measuring some 30” x 22” for those of you with a tape measure to hand. Either way, it can be yours tight now by contacting us vis the accepted communication channels.

Framed W x H: 34" x 26"

Room view (Frame: PCC42)

Framed W x H: 37" x 29"

Room view (Frame: LIF)

Framed W x H: 36" x 28"

Room view (Frame: GBB)

Framed W x H: 36" x 28"

Room view (Frame: F211)

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