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The duality of life in Los Angeles, which ranges from 72 degrees and sunny with a chance of swimming pools to the catastrophic wildfires whipped up by unstoppable Santa Ana winds, is depicted in the painting series “Los Angeles: A Different Narrative”. The paintings show a collection of private and public views, both beautiful and destructive, that make up the urban landscape crisscrossing Los Angeles. A city of dreams depicted by David Hockney’s iconic swimming pools that he described as “the most beautiful city in the world” (David Hockney), Los Angeles is also known for weather of catastrophe. Santa Ana winds whip up wildfires that are unpredictable and terrifying. The normal sublime turns apocalyptic. These paintings are about the fragility and impermanence of living in Los Angeles, of how close to the edge we really are.
Painting:Oil on Canvas
Size:12 W x 16 H x 1 D in
Packaging:Ships in a Box
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Susan Lizotte is an artist living and working in Los Angeles. Her paintings seek to explore in paint the issues of abuse of power, control and image production. The paintings seek to address images created by those in power to further an agenda used by those in power.
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