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Modern abstract watercolor wall mural

Dreamy Wall Mural

by Clara Berta

The ocean is a favorite inspiration, and I often work in multiple shades of blues and grey, trying to capture the energy, power and beauty of that environment. Often the work takes on organic shapes, especially in my latest body of work, inspired by the film “Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things.” It prompted me to think how that applied to my lifestyle, and began a new evolution of minimal abstract paintings.

Clara Berta is a passionate, award-winning abstract artist of Hungarian descent. A prolific contemporary artist always evolving with new styles of work, she exhibits in galleries on both coasts and is collected internationally. A favorite of many interior designers, her large –scale textural work is often featured in Designer Showcase houses. Her works have been featured on Showtime’s Ray Donovan, CBS’s Two Broke Girls, Bravos’ Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles. 

Mural max width: 480cm 

Mural max height: 320cm

Mural order size: Your bespoke mural is produced cropped and manufactured to your order size. The mural will be delivered in panels for easy hanging. 

Material: Easy-to-hang 150g non-woven wallcovering. 

Hanging: Paste is applied directly to the wall. No soaking needed.

Removing: Dry strippable (depending on wall substrate and processing).

Inks: Digitally printed with the most environmentally friendly inks (UL ECOLOGO®, UL GREENGUARD GOLD Certified). 

Substrate: All fibres from sustainably managed forests. Free of glass fibers and PVC.

Manufactured in the EU.

Price

$0.00 $69 / m2

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Clara Berta says:

The ocean is a favorite inspiration, and I often work in multiple shades of blues and grey, trying to capture the energy, power and beauty of that environment. Often the work takes on organic shapes, especially in my latest body of work, inspired by the film “Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things.” It prompted me to think how that applied to my lifestyle, and began a new evolution of minimal abstract paintings.

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