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In this mesmerizing giclee, the artist, Blakely Bering, brings alive the moment when a foreign element disturbs the calm crimson sea.  This image stirs up intense rudiments of passion, violence, and finality, each demanding presence within the minds of the viewer. 
  • Gallery wrapped giclee print on canvas with a high-gloss reflective sheen finish.
  • This item is available online only and ships direct to customer so your order may arrive in multiple shipments. 
  • This item is not available for in store pick up.
  • Custom Art is manufactured especially for you, which is why we do not accept cancellations, exchanges, or returns.
After graduating from Carnegie Mellon University in 1998 Blakely Bering’s professional art career began. Bering put her studies in costume and set design to direct use by working in opera design and television production around the United States including Los Angeles, Florida, New York, and finally returning to her home state, Texas. Bering’s work with large scale design will influence her artwork throughout her career. Transitioning from large scale design to fine art was seamless and natural for her.

Painting figurative abstractions and “Blooms” at first, Bering’s art evolved into pure abstraction. Experimenting with techniques, mediums, and styles; the “Oil slick” developed in 2006. To collectors around the world, the “Oil slick” is recognized as Bering’s classic style. The “Oil slick” is a frozen moment, a landscape, a figure, an ocean, an aerial view; it is subjective. She has been noted as a colorist for her intricate rich layers of oil. Her abstractions are in flux, serious, and unassuming. Reflecting her theatrical sense, the artwork is powerful from thirty feet away.

Inspired by her love of cooking, Bering combines oils, powdered pigments, crushed metals, and secret ingredients, from scratch, to create her own paint mixtures, primarily, painting on panel. Her work is known not only for its beauty and sense of frozen movement, but for its sustained ability over time.

    In this mesmerizing giclee, the artist, Blakely Bering, brings alive the moment when a foreign element disturbs the calm crimson sea.  This image stirs up intense rudiments of passion, violence, and finality, each demanding presence within the minds of the viewer. 
    • Gallery wrapped giclee print on canvas with a high-gloss reflective sheen finish.
    • This item is available online only and ships direct to customer so your order may arrive in multiple shipments. 
    • This item is not available for in store pick up.
    • Custom Art is manufactured especially for you, which is why we do not accept cancellations, exchanges, or returns.
    After graduating from Carnegie Mellon University in 1998 Blakely Bering’s professional art career began. Bering put her studies in costume and set design to direct use by working in opera design and television production around the United States including Los Angeles, Florida, New York, and finally returning to her home state, Texas. Bering’s work with large scale design will influence her artwork throughout her career. Transitioning from large scale design to fine art was seamless and natural for her.

    Painting figurative abstractions and “Blooms” at first, Bering’s art evolved into pure abstraction. Experimenting with techniques, mediums, and styles; the “Oil slick” developed in 2006. To collectors around the world, the “Oil slick” is recognized as Bering’s classic style. The “Oil slick” is a frozen moment, a landscape, a figure, an ocean, an aerial view; it is subjective. She has been noted as a colorist for her intricate rich layers of oil. Her abstractions are in flux, serious, and unassuming. Reflecting her theatrical sense, the artwork is powerful from thirty feet away.

    Inspired by her love of cooking, Bering combines oils, powdered pigments, crushed metals, and secret ingredients, from scratch, to create her own paint mixtures, primarily, painting on panel. Her work is known not only for its beauty and sense of frozen movement, but for its sustained ability over time.