Post Modern Art for the Young at Heart!
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by David Bridburg
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Our wooden holiday ornaments are 1/2" thick, approximately 4" tall, and include a string for easy hanging and a magnet on the back for use on refrigerators. Ornaments are available in six different shapes, including: stars, hearts, bells, trees, ovals, and stockings.
With this image, I pay homage to Lisa Kaiser. After studying two of her beautifully made videos, I came to understand how loose splashes of color... more
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With this image, I pay homage to Lisa Kaiser. After studying two of her beautifully made videos, I came to understand how loose splashes of color could create charming flowers. This looseness is in all my flowers in the Countenance Collection. With many thanks to Lisa Kaiser. Postmodernism as loose splashes of color to create flowers in the wind. At this point in my work, using digital tools, I explore a unique working of abstraction. While modeled off of a painted abstraact, the loosen is very controlled delineated line work. PRINT DETAILS- Giclee prints are high-resolution digital prints that meticulously capture the rich color and subtle texture of original art.- Only archival inks and acid-free materials are used to ensure your print lasts a lifetime without fading.- Made to order by Fine Art America, one of the most respected giclee printing companies in the world.RISK-FREE RETURNS- If you don't love it, return it in 30 days for a full refund.PRINT OPTIONS- Available in multiple s...
Let me declare I have an auditory processing problem, a birth defect. The disorder was not diagnosed till I was age 28. After graduating Bloomfield High, CT, I enrolled in the University of Houston to study engineering. I was homesick and finding it difficult to study. Coming home at age 20 I began to work my way through UCONN. Falling into the arts by accident, I enrolled in visual arts classes to fulfill my core electives and became an A student. In retrospect, the arts education I enjoyed receiving was excellent. After college I was still searching for something to do for people in general. Artistic ideas ever present I did not want to make figurative or abstract images. Creating something along other lines was my calling. In 2006 I...