Minimalist View of Washington D.C. is a framed miniature acrylic painting.
Rhia loves minimalism. It was a movement in the art of the late 20th century, mostly in American visual art, where non-essential parts of a view are eliminated. So, for example, a landscape would be reduced to a bare minimum, practically.
You will find more information about this style in the exciting blog The Art Of Minimalism by Don Smith and his wonderful photograph: White Sands National Monument, New Mexico.
Materials: Bristol paper, professional-grade acrylics, varnish, two mounting mats, frame, and no glass in front (few times varnished, no need for glass)
Size: ACEO size 6.4 x 8.9 cm, framed: 15 x 20 x 3.5 cm
The artwork is framed in a black frame and ready to hang.