Caroline Larsen Creates Oil Paintings That Resemble Woven Wonders

By: Emily Evans - Published: Jul 27, 2011 • References: carolinelarsenart & mymodernmet
If at first glance, this artwork will have you thinking it's made of woven materials; look again, because the work of Caroline Larsen is actually a collection of oil paintings. Caroline Larsen is currently based in Toronto, where she creates painted works of art that are made to look like meticulous woven wonders, and yet believe it or not, they are made entirely of oil paint.

Within each of these oil paintings by Caroline Larsen, an exploration of textures, materials and paint can be seen. Through checking out Caroline Larsen's website, more of these captivating paintings can be explored.

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