Evolution Painting by Punk Sixty

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notice the dried organic material - sand and plant life
DNA helix
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close up fly and brain
hung above a queen size bed

Art Description

Painting: Acrylic, Digital, Metal, Resin, Wood on Canvas, Plastic, Stone, Wood.

An image of 3 environments frames this highly conceptual multidimensional fine art work. The artist poses the question, did man evolve from the sea, or are humans made of star matter? Would it make a difference in human sentience? Suggesting man's brain my well serve multi purposes, including that of food for a fly.
From a viscous pond full of embryos we move to land and plant forms to a heavenly scape with star matter. A giant metal sculptural fly is seen at rest on a human brain. DNA helixes accentuate the climate. Three dimensional with relief paint, real dried plants, printed cellulose, glitter and of course, the fly. Coated in a glossy epoxy. (Fly is not coated in epoxy)

A unique piece guaranteed to spark the imagination and conversation.


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Evolution

Punk Sixty

United States

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Size: 48 W x 36 H x 1 in

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