A Better Way

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A Better Way

The Ssangyong series originates from 17th-century techniques used by the monks of Ssangyong, Thailand. An intricate style of painting was used as a form of meditation.

This is the only series that was developed in response to a psychological need for the artist to release tension by being immersed in a task. During hard times, Thierry B turned to this series to bring himself back to the moment.

The delicate complexity of this fine brushwork requires total absorption from the artist.

Works in this series can take weeks or even months to complete.

These lyrical fluid shapes and images transform the spaces they inhabit.

Thierry B explains the art of Zen, “My work is about introducing the joy of colour into our lives, seen here through cross-sections which challenge your spatial perception. Vibrant hues and curvilinear forms in repetition create a sense of motion and a dynamic feast for the eyes”.

AUD $2,500 GST Incl

Free freight and packing Australia wide

99 in stock

Print Info


Print image size 96 x 63.5 cm

Paper image size 111 x 78.5 cm


Unframed


Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity


Strictly 99 prints available

Meet the artist

Thierry B

Thierry B

Thierry B is an internationally acclaimed Australian abstract expressionist artist known for his fabulous French charm. But when he arrived from France in 1990, he could not have dreamt of what lay ahead.

Thierry B was hand-picked from a Michelin star restaurant to be maître d’ at the iconic Mietta’s, then the heart of Melbourne’s fashionable arts and dining scene.

Thierry’s warm spirit made every diner feel like a movie star.

But while he generously served others, he struggled to adapt. He was homesick for the romance and beauty of his previous life.

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How it was made

We have chosen to partner with Digital Art Directory to bring you this exclusive collection of limited edition fine art reproductions. They are the printer for Australia’s renowned artists like Howard Arkley, Russell Drysdale, John Olsen, Lin Onus, Jeffrey Smart, Tim Storrier, Brett Whiteley and Thierry B.

Our archival fine art reproductions are captured from the original artwork, colour-matched and proofed with the artist. They are printed using Japanese pigment inks on 100% cotton fibre mould made on 300gsm watercolour paper, which is pH neutral, acid and lignin free. This bright white paper contains calcium carbonate as a buffer for atmospheric acids.

Wilhelm Imaging Research has conducted print permanence testing, at 75°F and 60% pH, measured at 450 lux, in “standard” indoor display for 12 hours per day, on this paper stock. They have confirmed the minimum print life to be at least 120-130 years before any noticeable fading occurs, under these conditions.

Each one is embossed with Thierry B’s personal logo, Digital Art Directory’s embossment and our guarantee of quality and is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.

A wall is not a wall unless it has a Thierry B on it.
– Thierry B

How shipping works

Can take up to 30 working days from receipt of order.

The customer must be sure to enter the correct street address, contact phone number and email address when placing an order.

Sent via registered courier through Fastway Couriers.

Orders cannot be delivered to Post Office boxes - a street address must be supplied.

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Testimonials

Hi Thierry – this is the quickest makeover ever. Thought I was in the wrong apartment. Looks brilliant. Love your work. Many thanks for your time today. Very much appreciated

Julie & Michael, Southbank , Australia

Wow, what an experience and what a tremendous outcome – the paintings look amazing, we are thrilled!

Brent, Armadale , Australia

Thierry – how amazing – I love your work- you’ve transformed the spaces to perfection! My client is delighted – thank you!

Jane Catania, Interior Designer, Melbourne , Australia.