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Hardest Water
Hardest Water

56″ x 44


Hardest Water
$1,000
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$1,000
Hardest Water
$1,000
Choose your frame: Print Only
Print Only, Unframed
$1,000
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Winston layers fresh color combinations in his abstract works, which can take years to complete. His bright hues and expressive gestures build rich pictorial worlds of abstract, visceral forms.
Winston Chmielinski
Born: Boston, MA|Lives: 

Berlin, Germany

As a child, Winston Chmielinski’s parents always had him enrolled in creative classes to allow his mind to wander and to develop a sense of creativity. In addition to playing the violin starting at age three, he took cooking and music classes and explored with chemistry, robotics, and origami kits.

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