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EDWARD LENTSCH
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An internationally-established artist, his refined finishes and singular style have him in high demand with many of today’s most distinguished designers, collectors and fine art dealers. Lentsch’s work is in hundreds of private and public collections worldwide
Lentsch’s monumental sized works exhibit unique surfaces and refined textures while also reflecting a contemplative element of alchemy and spiritual introspection. The Spiritual overtones of Lentsch’s painting are captured by his titles, where he uses mystical images and esoteric subjects to inspire the imagination of his viewer.
Lentsch’s expansive artistic practice explores his relationship between the self, nature and the universe. From the Fibonacci sequence to the teachings of Aristotle, Lentsch attempts to create a bridge between the natural world and these intellectual canons, exploring the interconnection between the realms of science and mysticism, the metaphysical and the spiritual.

Edward Lentsch

"Lagash" 64" x 52" Mixed media on canvas

Edward Lentsch

"Sirpurla" 64" x 52" Mixed media on canvas

Edward Lentsch

"Umma" 54" x 48" Mixed media on canvas

Edward Lentsch

"Silent Days" 46" x 76" Mixed media on canvas

Edward Lentsch

"Ancient Tablet Of Lagash" 76" x 52" Mixed media on canvas

Edward Lentsch

"The Adjacent Paradox" 70" x 42" Mixed media on canvas

Edward Lentsch

"Untitled #5" 66" x 56" Mixed media on canvas

Edward Lentsch

"Athena" 68" x 52" Mixed media on canvas

Edward Lentsch

"Simpsons Paradox" 60" x 60" Mixed media on canvas

Edward Lentsch

"The Coral Sunset" 60" x 90" Mixed media on canvas

Edward Lentsch

"Love Light" 88" x 66" Mixed media on canvas

Edward Lentsch

"The Divine Madness of Phaedrus" 60" x 90" Mixed media on canvas

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