Attention art enthusiasts and collectors. I am thrilled to announce the first paintings of my new art collection titled "THE ICONICS" in the mesmerizing style of hyperrealism. The planned upcoming exhibition is not just a visual spectacle; it's an opportunity to reflect on the impact these icons have had on our lives and culture. It invites you to engage in a dialogue about the power of influence, the concept of idolization and the interplay between art and popular culture.
Stay tuned for more updates on the growing collection and upcoming exhibition, including dates, venue, and additional details. Prepare to be captivated, astonished, and inspired by the hyperrealistic world I have meticulously crafted. See you at the exhibition!
Chanel No.5 Acrylic on Canvas 140 x100cm
Steve McQueens Bullitt Mustang Acrylic on Canvas 122 x 62cm
The New York Times Acrylic on Board 145 x 120cm
The New York Times is often considered an iconic newspaper in the world of journalism and media. It has a long and storied history, and its influence on journalism and the media landscape cannot be overstated and is widely regarded as one of the most influential and respected newspapers in the world. It was first published on September 18, 1851, and is headquartered in New York City.The New York Times has won numerous Pulitzer Prizes, which are prestigious awards for excellence in journalism. It has a reputation for thorough and investigative reporting, and its journalists often break important stories that have a significant impact on society.
May 24, 2002, holds personal significance for me as the day I went to New York for an art show and walked to Ground Zero. I also obtained a copy of The New York Times from that day. I kept the newspaper since then and I believe this is a perfect and iconic issue. A chronicle of Horror and Hope: This page of the NY Times is about a movie documentation that has been release that day.
I am so thankful and honored, that I had the opportunity to talk to Matt McDermott recently, a photographer known for his 9/11 pictures. As a photographer, Matt McDermott has played a vital role in capturing and documenting significant moments in history. His photographs related to the September 11, 2001, attacks have likely provided powerful visual narratives that help us remember and understand the impact of that tragic event.It allows me to gain insights into their experiences, perspectives, and the stories behind their photographs. It's understandable that the painting has a profound impact on me both emotionally and technically.
Personal note: I added some little flowers in the background. The "Forget-Me-Not" flower is associated with remembrance and serve as a meaningful tribute. Honoring the memory of the victims and expressing gratitude to the firefighters and other first responders who risked their lives on the tragic events of 9/11 occurred many years ago.