Prison Village (1982) (Original)

United States

Size: 27 H x 19 W x 0.1 in

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Art Description

Painting: Mixed Media, Enamel, Watercolor, Ink and Wax on Cardboard.

Everyone lives in a type of prison and we altogether live in a Prison Village. No matter what we do, we can't escape it. The pollution of our environment. We can't escape it, because self is always No. 1 for each and everyone. There's only one answer to obtain true freedom John 8:32, 36.
Paper Size: approx. 19" x 27" inches (ca. 48 x 68,5 cm)
Media: Mixed Media on Cardboard (champagne used instead of water for color applications, wax applications and specialty paints including metallic paints)
Year of Creation: 1982

Keywords: greenpeace, pollution, selfishness, world, global warming, climate change, solar power, fossiel fuel, energy, environment, lifestyle, mankind

Subjects: Abstract

Styles: Surrealism, Abstract, Expressionism, Illustration, Pop Art

Mediums: Mixed Media, Enamel, Watercolor, Ink, Wax

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