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Gluttony Soup Preserves

a Neo-Expressionist painting

$450.00

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Details

Size:

15.7 W x 19.5 H in / 40 x 50 cm

Mediums:

Enamel, Acrylic, Oil, Pastel, Spray Paint, Characol, Spray, Oil Stick, Oil Stick and papers on Canvas.

Material:

Canvas

Details:

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.

Certificates:

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, which will be useful if the piece is sold in the future.

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About “Gluttony Soup Preserves”

Introduction

The painting reads “Instagram condensed gluttony soup” because the Campbell can inspires the Unhealthy Preserves series. I thank Andy Warhol’s pop art for that.

Painting's Description

Interestingly, Instagram and gluttony are in this painting together. Named "Gluttony Soup Preserves," the Instagram condensed gluttony soup uses the classic Campbell can with strong colors in red, yellow, and pink along with a gold spray painted Instagram logo gradient in the center. I believe the gold Instagram logo and the yellow spray paint on the can side add glamour to this contemporary painting. Andy Warhol's pop art influence is dominant in the artwork.

Gluttony and Instagram

This connection relates to Instagram's early days as a social network. Before Instagram became a selfie-obsessed photo destination, Instagram was the social network for food photos and image filters. The filters make the food photos appetizing. Over time, it evolved into selfies, nature, photoshoots, food, art, activism, mini videos, and other strange photographs.

My Favorite

The pop art and urban art painting have the phrase "screen time" on it, which is the same phrase in every painting in the Unhealthy Preserves collection. If you are reading this, it's because you are concerned about social media obsession taking over and getting rich at the expense of smartphone addiction. Of the ones in the series, this painting is my favorite.

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