Pollution

Framed Prints

Small (8.0" x 10.8")

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$90.00
Brinaka N.

Longview, United States

Sizing Information

Small 8.0" x 10.8"
Medium 12.0" x 16.2"
Large 16.0" x 21.6"
Note: Image size. Matboard and frame increase size of final product

Features

  • Custom-made box or flat frame styles
  • High-quality timber frame finishes to suit your decor
  • Premium Perspex - clearer and lighter than glass
  • Exhibition quality box or flat frame styles

Reviews

Artist's Description

If you enjoy this piece, you might enjoy my other works-

“Listen these next few days to your friends to get answers you seek.” -Cookie’s Fortune

I was inspired to make this piece due to new beginnings in my life, the idea of starting a new chapter slapped me with the urge to create. There were a lot of new feelings and thoughts rolling around in my head. It was like a mass of gunk that had to be removed. I put it on canvas i hope you enjoy it.

Techno aka mindless, lyric less music is a great background fuel for happy creative stabbing, and wanting to create things.

Original artwork still in my possession.

The rustic, steampunk-ish concepts combined with a side of macabre creates an unusual visual experience reminiscent of what could be seen as post-apocalyptic artwork. If you find this piece appealing you might enjoy artists such as-

This is a painting I created in the found object art style. I began with the 3-dimensional aspects of the piece then proceeded to create the background image on which the first portion would be attached.

For the “sculpture” I started with distress ink techniques on paper, then mixed together black paint and a combination of glues to form the sludge effect. After molding the glue/paint-compound to have the desired effect I continued on to use a selected burning method on the paper to create a singed and aged feel. When I was satisfied I affixed to the fusion some bits of broken mirror, nails, a cookie’s fortune, a bottle cap, a doll’s eye, a heart-shaped pendant, a keyring, a smiley face pendant, a safety pin, and various lengths of metal twine that I had bent and shaped it to my liking.

To create the background, I took a canvas and I used black and brown paint to cover my hands and smear the colors to completely blanket the white surface. I then used a knife, a pair of scissors and a fork to strategically scrape away paint to reveal the pale canvas underneath to further the aged and decayed feel. When I was finished with scraping the paint away, I then used rust colors of brown, red, black and a burnt sienna to give more of a corroded metal appearance. Finally, I attached the sculpture to the canvas and scratched in my signature. The End.

Artwork Comments

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