Wrath Soup Preserves
a Neo-Expressionist painting
15.7 W x 19.5 H in / 40 x 50 cm
Enamel, Acrylic, Oil, Pastel, Spray Paint, Characol, Spray, Oil Stick, Oil Stick and papers on Canvas.
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, which will be useful if the piece is sold in the future.
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About “Wrath Soup Preserves”
This is my Unhealthy Preserves series, inspired by Andy Warhol’s iconic Campbell soup painting. The contemporary painting fuses urban style art, popular social media platforms, and the seven deadly sins.
This painting is titled "Wrath Soup Preserves," and the urban style art ties the wrath sin to Twitter. Why choose Twitter to represent wrath? Twitter seems to attract the most negative and hateful responses on the site while wrath represents anger, so I paired them together. I use Twitter's blue shade and bird logo to decorate the soup can.
The modern contemporary art contains similar styles I include in other paintings such as Expressionism and Pop Art. Besides the white dollar signs, the phrase "how to be happy, how to be authentic" is written in black pastel. It blends in the painting, but some words appear on the left side.
At the bottom right is packaging from the Sennelier oil pastels. I like using the pastels because of the generous pigment it contains, so I kept a piece of the packaging to attach to the painting.
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