Artist's description:

Edges of this artwork are black.
Wooden elements(little bears 2,5cmx2,5cm,th.3mm)were ordered by me at my favourite turnery.They are covered with three layers of gesso,three layers of acrylic paint(along with edges),finished with Liquitex fluorescent spray acrylic paint and varnished(W&N gloss varnish).
The background is ivory black softened a little with mica black.
Please,pay attention to the additional images,because the side view illustrates best how this painting really looks.
This artwork is inspired by "Winnie the Pooh" by A.A.Milne and Haribo gummy bears.

In 1957 pop artist R.Hamilton wrote:
"Pop Art is Popular(designed for a mass audience),Transient(short-term solution),Expendable(easily forgotten),Low cost,Mass produced,Young(aimed at youth),Witty,Sexy,Gimmicky,Glamorous,Big business."
We live in the twenty first century and Pop Art is omnipresent in the media.I have impression that A.Warhol is still alive like E.Presley in music.Pop Art is neither expendable nor transient,it's still Young,Witty,Sexy,Gimmicky and Glamorous.

Materials used:


Inedible/Multiplying Winnie the Pooh/Pop Art isn't transient (2017)


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This artwork is sold by Małgorzata Wartołowicz from Poland

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