In Four Corners series. O'Hara's Four Corners series is inspired by the art, geometry, color, and craftsmanship of Navajo rugs and weavings.
John O’Hara (1963) is an American painter who is well known for his abstract depictions of vinyl records. His chosen medium is encaustic, a heated mixture of beeswax and pigment. O’Hara began his professional art career in 2018 and collectors and designers quickly took notice. His work is included in private collections as well as public collections around the world:
Public Collections: London, Milan, Paris, New York, Seoul, New Orleans, Telluride, Nashville, Rome, Tokyo, Kuala Lumpur, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Beijing, Seattle, Saint Louis.
49.5 W x 61.5H in
Encaustic on Board. Maple float frame.
New, original work of art.
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