Artist's description:

“Me, Myself, and I” is a non-traditional self-portrait. Painted with acrylic, the image shows the characterization of death as it paints the artist. A stark shadow is cast onto the wall as a pool of crows. The painting is self-referential with my face bubbling out of a stylized character.

This piece was originally made for "INWARD" a group exhibition at the Holland Project Gallery in December 2016. The following statement was included:

“I heard an old person say to a young person recently that as you age
your interests narrow. It seems to me that’s true. I simply don’t have time
anymore for so many of the things I once loved, things I thought were
an important part of who I was. My interests have grown thin, but I
guess that’s simply the progression of time and what it takes for me to
really dedicate myself to something - at least until eventually everything
disappears and I’m nothing more than a memory and a creepy face on a
painting.”

Materials used:

acrylic paint, canvas

Featured by our Editors:

  Invest In A Grotesque

Me, Myself, and I (2016)

$349

  • Artwork description
  • Shipping
  • Returns and refunds
    We want you to love your art! If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase you can return it free within 14 days, no questions asked. Learn more

This artwork is sold by Nathaniel Benjamin from United States

×
Would you like 10% off?