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Artwork Information

No.147 "Sharp Shaped Women" depicts five women arranged in a row, with a black background and white lines creating an intense and striking contrast. The women are painted in a distinctive, modern geometric aesthetic, with sharp lines and angles defining their bodies. The white lines of the painting are highlighted with bursts of red, adding energy and drama, creating a dynamic and powerful piece.

No.147 "Sharp Shaped Women"

  • Luke Edward Stripp

    Luke Edward Stripp is a Canadian artist from Langley, BC. Born in 1995, he discovered his passion for painting quite unexpectedly. During his teenage years, Stripp was a dedicated hockey player and aspired to become a professional player. However, fate had other plans for him. In an unfortunate accident during a game, Stripp sustained an injury that forced him to put his hockey dreams on hold and spend a significant amount of time recovering. During this time, Stripp found solace in painting and creating. He had never considered art as a career before, but as he spent more time recovering, he found himself increasingly drawn to the canvas. The natural beauty of his surroundings, specifically the beach, had a profound influence on his early works. He began painting all sorts of scenes from sandals in the sand to surreal palm trees in the snow. For two years, Stripp secluded himself from the world and focused solely on his painting. He spent countless hours experimenting with different techniques and styles, honing his craft, and discovering his unique artistic voice. Finally, he felt ready to showcase his work to the world. He secured a venue in Vancouver and held his first exhibition. The response was overwhelmingly positive and Luke finally felt like he had found his true calling in life. The following year, Stripp decided to take the next step in his artistic career and opened his own personal art gallery. He wanted a space where he could display his works and provide a space for unlimited creation. The gallery was a huge success and Luke Edward Stripp was quickly recognized as a rising talent in the art community. Today, Luke Edward Stripp is known for creating art that changes perspective through color and shapes. His works are a reflection of his unique perspective on the world and his personal experiences. He is also color-blind, which adds an additional layer of complexity to his artistic process. Despite this, he relies on technology, peer help, paint labels, and intuition for the choices of color. Stripp is an artist inspired by nature, society, and his personal life. He feels torn between his good and evil of himself, constantly evaluating his well-being and his artistic views and creations. His art is a reflection of this inner turmoil and it is this rawness and honesty that resonates with his audience. Luke Edward Stripp is a true artist, one who has found his passion in the most unexpected of places and has dedicated his life to creating works that move and inspire others. He continues to push the boundaries of his art and is constantly evolving as an artist. His work is a true testament to the power of perseverance, creativity, and the human spirit.
  • Year Participated in Art Vancouver

  • Size

    36"x 80" (Landscape Format)
  • Weight (Lbs.)

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