Art Reproduction Oil Painting - Digital Fix with New Age Wood Frame - Black Finish - 24.75 X 28.75 - Hand Painted Framed Canvas Art
Enjoy this contemporary take on Warhol pop art. Reproduced from a high-quality photograph, this print maintains the detail and aesthetic of the original piece. It depicts a Coke Zero can, on the screen of a digital camera. This piece was created in the third episode of the second season of Work of Art: The Next Great Artist. The artist was tasked with creating a piece of contemporary pop art. The artist's use of repetition creates a sense of commoditization, and the digital camera in the center of the piece conveys a voyeur-esque appeal to the mainstream drink. This piece is perfect for any lover of Warhol that enjoys a new take on an old topic. In 2005 Michelle Matson graduated with a BFA from the School of Visual Arts, and received the Silas Rhodes Merit Scholarship. She has worked for many galleries and artists, such as Marilyn Minter, Zach Feuer, and Josephine Meckseper. She has been in a multiple of group shows, including Postmasters, Kravets Wehby Gallery, Stux Gallery and Zach Feuer's Project Space. She has even produced her own magazine, Hands On . A talented artist, Michelle draws on tragedy in her own life, and experiments with a variety of materials in sculpture; this is most apparent in her unusual, quirky, grotesque paper sculptures. She has an upcoming solo exhibit at the project space Youth Group Gallery in Brooklyn. Frame Description: New Age Wood Frame - Black Finish
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