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Anne Faith Nicholls

Allegory for the Importance of Differentiation

$7,850

Framed Size: 51.5" x 51.5"

acrylic on canvas

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Allegory for the Importance of Differentiation
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About the Work

“Allegory for the Importance of Differentiate” is a stunning work by Anne Faith Nicholls which is a great addition to any collection. Based on the old southern saying about the Milk Snake vs. the Coral Snake. “Red and yellow kill a fellow, red and black, venom lack” this painting symbolize the importance of carefully discerning good versus bad, though often, at first glance, they may appear the same. In Spring, the snakes come out, some poisonous, others harmless. As in nature, and so in life, this painting offers a hypnotically undulating reminder of why it’s best to take a second look before forming conclusions. “Allegory for the Importance of Differentiate” is a 48 x 48 – inch acrylic on canvas created in 2016 by the artist.

About the Artist

Anne Faith Nicholls is a truly unique addition to the contemporary art scene—she provides a refreshing look at the soul of the modern woman and artist. Born with a backwards heart, Nicholls has an inner strength that is inspirational and captivating. Her sense of adventure and exploration began in Victoria, British Columbia. Restless to travel to new places, she made her journey south to San Francisco, graduating from the Academy of Art University, and then on to Los Angeles where she resides today. She has traveled the world with a focus on studying the masters. This commitment to traditional painting has contributed to the development of her own unique style of utilizing both oil and acrylic to achieve a signature layered look and a saturated, antiqued, color palette.