Original Acrylic Painting. Made to Order. Available in sizes 48x48Please allow 10 to 12 weeks.
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We are proud to be the exclusive gallery of John O'Hara (American, b. 1963). O'Hara is a self-taught artist from St. Louis and is known for his large-scale abstract decorative pieces. His medium of choice is encaustic—a mixture of pigments and beeswax and he allows the material to dictate color, line and texture. His works often feature natural and organic forms and incorporate both figural and abstract elements. O'Hara began his art career in 2018 and collectors and designers quickly took notice. His work is included in both public and private collections around the world. Michael Kors selected O'Hara's Tar series paintings for his Milan, Paris, and New York showrooms and his flagship store in London designed by Pamela Meech. O'Hara's Brands on Yellow is hanging in the lounge of Maison de Luz, the new luxury hotel by Atelier Ace and designed by AD100 design firm Studio Shamshiri. O'Hara, co-founder of Forsyth, is known for his Tar series, Brands series, Vinyl series, Botanical series, Daisies series, Sardinia series, and Get Your Shit Together series.
48 x 48 in
Acrylic on Canvas. Frame.
New, original work of art.
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$425 in the U.S.
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