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ORIGINAL ART work contemporary painting XXL abstract "Queen tiger fight"

ORIGINAL ART work contemporary painting XXL abstract "Queen tiger fight"

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"Queen tiger fight"

This painting is the larges painting I have ever made. It measures 310 x 220 cm and it tock my breath away while painting it. I was totally sweat :) Normally I finish a painting in a couple of hrs but this one I worked on for two days, one day for the background and one day for the motive. I really had fun doing it, and it was huge when it was done. 

As you see when looking at my art, I paint a lot of large cat animals, horses and bears. I think its because all of them as animals are so fears in different ways, but still so fragile. All of them are disappearing from our planet, tigers and bears are being hunted as pleasure, wild horses captured and taken in to captivity for the money industry. We should all think about ways to preserve this, stop to put out own needs first all the time, especially when we have a choice.

Acrylic on cotton canvas

310x220 cm 

The shipping process of this art work have to be planed accordingly, so please contact me on ericawallstrom@hotmail.com or through the contact form on the website. Its a fragile canvas and has to be shipped in a tube, then stretch on set (by me personally) 

The handling process is about 1 week before its ready to ship.

All paintings will have a certificate of authenticity.

This painting will soon be available as canvas art print, you can fint the collection here


If you have any questions please send us an email at ericawallstrom@hotmail.com and we will get back to you as soon as possible!


Sizes: all sizes can be made (just ask us for custom size)

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A little bit about me

Since I was born I have always had a creative mind. Ideas and thoughts just pops up in my mind contentiously. They come fast and I can´t really control how they come about. It was the same when I found my way of painting. A couple of years after finishing art school I was painting with my son one day, then it just happened. My son showed me the playful way of not thinking, when painting and that the process should not be controlled. But most of all to trust in the process and not to be afraid of doing wrong. It needs to just happen.