Category: blueprints

“But How Could You Judge Me If I Never Really Existed”

Acrylic and aerosol on panel. 48in x 30in. Original and prints available in a variety of sizes. Message me for original. I thought about this painting while watching Joker the other day.

A number of artists in history have had their blue period and I’ve certainly had mine. This painting has a central shape that doesn’t really exist, or does it? The central shape is constructed out of negative space only by what surrounds it. Sometimes nothing grows into something and sometimes we are built up or defined by the things that surround us. If those things disappear, do we still exist? 

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