• additional view of artwork by Glen Gauthier
  • additional view of artwork by Glen Gauthier
  • additional view of artwork by Glen Gauthier
  • additional view of artwork by Glen Gauthier

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United States

Collage
Size: 24 H x 48 W x 2 in

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Art Description

Collage: Paper, Acrylic and Ink on Paper.

This piece started out as a study in the merging of man and machine. During the process, however, I reflected on the relationship between myself and my now deceased father, and the former lack of relationship between us. That aspect was healed before his death, but I still think of my 3 sons, and want to make sure our communication is healthy and clear. Mechanical objects and pursuits can help to serve as a bond between dads and sons, and in some cases, I'm sure it's the only means of that bond. But, it should be only one means, not the sole version.

Keywords: Beige, Relationship, Black, Son, Blue, Boy, Communication, Father, Male, Man, Masculinity, Mechanical

Subjects: Men

Styles: Conceptual, Figurative, Modern, Pop Art

Mediums: Paper, Acrylic, Ink

Artist Recognition

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