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Michael Carini | Details

Affordable canvas art and decor. Free worldwide shipping plus options for payment plans. This piece is also available in options for jewelry, hoodies, leggings, and even custom blankets.

“Consumption Of The White Whale (Ahadevale)” references “Moby Dick” in a tale of obsession and total consumption with added historical references to Georgia O’Keeffe. You may spot that hidden treasure with an obsessive canvasing of this whale watching experience. What is your obsession? What is your white whale?

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Surrounding yourself with a little inspiration goes a long way. I’ve got some inspiring canvas art available for any room and any dreamer.

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These cubes are fun and great in sets. You can also rotate them to change orientation. Message me to get yours. Framed and ready to hang. | Michael Carini

Burying myself in studio work lately and varnishing the latest painting today. It is available. Message me for inquiries.

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I have completed the first four pieces of my new “Puzzled Hearts” collection. The top left sold this week but the other three are available, more are in the works, and I can do custom commissions. Message me for inquiries and be sure to check out to see my shop, blog, and podcast. I’ll be sticking with more neutrals and grey bases for the next few pieces as I continue to focus on the grey periods of mental health.

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Mini “Puzzled Hearts” from my “Beautiful Accidents” collection and framed #MostlyForHer poems. Message me.

What I love about these “Beautiful Accidents” pieces is that they’re so unintentional, yet so textured and layered in history.
This painting is available and I have more like it. Message me.

Looking to start or add to your art collection? I have some beautiful and original #MostlyForHer paintings that are small, affordable, and make a great gift. I can also do custom commissions with your preferred color scheme and poem. Message me today to get yours. Here is just a small sample of some of my available pieces.

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“Paradise Lost.” Acrylic on panel. 24in x 48in. Prints available at in a variety of sizes.

“The Up-Side of Down” series was inspired by a 2009 assault and battery that hospitalized me with multiple facial fractures, severe eye trauma, and a concussion. My signature icon, which I saw flashing in my head during the concussive state, is a key repeating element in this series that represents life growing from death and discovering the positives in negatives.

Geometry and rational/irrational shapes have always been one of my greatest and most comfortable tools of communication. This painting is a little bit of Milton’s Paradise Lost with a sprinkle of Dante’s Inferno. Sometimes paradise has to be lost in order to be rediscovered.