Ever consider a dyptch?

abstract artist Jane Robinson

What the hell is dyptch?

According to Webster’s dictionary : A diptych (pronounced dip-tick) is a piece of art created in two parts. It may be a painting, drawing, photograph, carving, or any other flat artwork. The format of the pictures may be landscape or portrait and they will usually be the same size. If you were to add a third panel, it would be a triptych.

The benefit of a dyptch might be that you want to stretch out the space where you need a piece.  The continuation of a painting is interesting.  You might just “like” the way it looks.

What ever the reason a dyptch might be for you.

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