A Little Bit Of Magic | Painting

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39.3 W x 39.3 H x 0.8 / 100 x 100 x 3 cm


Enamel, Spray Paint, Oil Pastel, Oil Stick




This colorful painting is stretched, wired and ready to hang. The sides of this mixed-media artwork are painted, and it does not require framing.


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About this Painting

The World of Dualities

[Painting Name], a captivating work by Diego Tirigall, invites the viewer to immerse themselves in a world where duality, the pursuit of happiness, imagination, emotion, and the fleeting nature of life converge. This work is part of Diego Tirigall's "Cracking the Kids Code" collection, which delves into the profound issue of screen addiction in both adults and children. If you're interested in learning more about this collection, feel free to click [here].

In this piece, Mickey Mouse, the iconic character of popular culture, serves as a symbol of both childhood innocence and joy and a reflection of commercialization and mass culture. The painting encourages us to consider how our personal experiences are influenced by external forces and how we can find balance amidst this tension.

The Quest for Happiness and the Power of Imagination

Inspired by artists such as Joyce Pensato and her Expressionist Remixes of Cartoon Icons, Tirigall explores the constant pursuit of happiness in human life, symbolized by the texts "Happy Time," "Exit," and "Happy Happy." He suggests that true happiness lies not in constantly seeking something more but in accepting and appreciating our experiences as they are. The inclusion of a fictional character like Mickey Mouse in this context highlights the power of imagination and creativity in our lives.

Emotional Connection and the Fleeting Nature of Life

The color palette and energetic brushstrokes of the painting serve as a reflection of the connection between art and human emotions. The work suggests that art is a means of expressing and communicating our deepest emotions, allowing those who view it to connect with their own experiences and feelings.

Lastly, this painting can be interpreted as a reflection on the fleeting nature of life and how our experiences and emotions are temporary and ever-changing. Instead of clinging to a state of perpetual happiness, Tirigall encourages us to accept and appreciate the beauty and magic of each moment, however fleeting it may be. Tirigall has also written an essay about the "Cracking the Kids Code" collection, which may prove valuable in gaining further insight into the artist's thoughts and inspirations.

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