Cereal Girl | Painting

a Neo-Expressionist painting

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27.5 W x 39.5 H x 0.8 in / 70 x 100 x 2.3 cm


Enamel, Spray Paint, Acrylic, Oil and Pastel




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.


Provided with 2 certificates: The traditional Certificate of Authenticity and A digital certificate based on blockchain technology (Provenance & Certificate). It provides provenance tracking and authenticity verification for future collectors.

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About “Cereal Girl”

Styles and techniques

The Cereal Girl painting draws inspiration from retro food and drink advertising posters from the 70s. The painting is a large contemporary art with drip painting techniques.

This modern art for sale is one of my favorite artworks.  I played with different styles and techniques to achieve a chaotic environment full of layers and textures.  For example, the fingers on the hands are drawn with well-defined imperfect strokes. I duplicate the same technique on the girl's face and in the base under the right arm.


Painted with brown acrylic, a taping knife construction tool exists as marks along the sides.  This tool's purpose is to generate textures around her so she can express feelings.  

Under the blonde girl is a milk basin.  Next to her is a message saying 'Pinche milk, is she.'  Clearly misspelled, the message is similar to the Spanish phrase 'Ella es la leche,' or the English term 'she rocks.' 

One thing I found interesting about the neo-expressionist painting is the distorted perspectives seen in detail within the painting such as the vase or the brown table supporting the vase.  Additional standouts in the painting are a diamond and the phrase ‘Ella es la Paz’ on top of a black background.

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