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"Resistance" Painting

Elizabeth Roman


Painting, Acrylic on Canvas

Size: 39.4 W x 25.6 H x 1.2 D in

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I called this painting "Resistance" because I was inspired by the different protest march that occurred during the last financial crisis, through this work. I wanted to talk about all these people around the world who stand together against social injustice with the hope to create a more fair and equitable world. I seek to evoke the lower class for which every day is a challenge and has a dream of justice and equality. I wanted to capture a short but important time “The painting that tells the event raises the questions, the painting that offers the chance to develop a critical awareness, speaking through image”.

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Painting:Acrylic on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:39.4 W x 25.6 H x 1.2 D in

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I evolve from several years in the urban art world,  with a special visual style I feel more and more challenged by a socially involved militant mind, I speak it through my artworks which often have a controversial  and provoking context of society with a recurrent social and political message.  My work and my artistic way are strongly influenced by street art, and by its artistic approach  often with a strong social, even political message. In my artistic pursuit, I feel strongly challenged by these street artists and by their militant and committed state of mind. I find great inspiration in their plastic production, which frequently has a strong socially critical content, often ironic and with messages that invite us to reflect and analyze our society. I am inspired by  the street world and the urban culture not included in the traditional world of art. I love the critical connotations of urban art as their social and political aspects submitted to any academic concept. Even if my style continues to evolve I voluntarily place myself far from the art theories and academic discourse. I feel completely comfortable in the universe of urban art because  its roots are  the ordinary world and everyday reality. With a  social message and engaged context I would like to engage people emotionally and awaken collective awareness about society and the world. 

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