Adam Würtz Jr. was born in a family of artists in 1957 in Budapest, Hungary. Since the age of 18 he has worked as a freelance graphic artist and painter. He lived in New York from 2016 to 2011 and in Brussels, Belgium from 2013 to 2018. Ha has had 19 solo exhibitions and he participated at numerous group exhibitions.
This artwork is encased in Plexiglass, a permanent exhibition media, and an increasingly used element of home decoration and interior design. It is highly decorative on walls. The technique used in plexiglass is a special method of placing an individual artprint of a painting on the plexiglass. It is tightly fitted in front of the print, so the image gets special depth, vivid colours and sharpness.
The direct fitting/gluing of the front surface of the print to the back surface of the plexiglass eliminates the light reflection experienced in the case of glass used for traditional framing, and it increases the sharpness, contrast and color saturation of the image. When the light penetrates the layer of acrylic glass, the reflection of the light from the print creates a completely different effect than with traditional framed glass.
This Plexiglass artwork is equipped with a hanging frame on the back so that it can be hung immediately on your wall. This rear hanging frame is covered by the artwork, so it remains invisible to the viewer. The hanging frame keeps the artwork “away” from the wall as it were floating. Please make sure that the wall fasteners (screws, hooks) are strong enough to support the weight of the artwork.