The day when the mole was invented Painting by Viorel Costea

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The day when the mole was invented

Viorel Costea

Romania

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Size: 31.5 W x 31.5 H x 0.4 D in

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Painting: Acrylic, Spray Paint, Gesso, Ink, Marker on Plastic, Paper, Other, Cardboard, Iron.

Mixed media collage on a plastic panel: acrylic paints, colored sprays, and permanent markers, different fragments and pieces from old magazines and newspapers, some leather from an old purse, metallic contours, some Roman numbers from an old clock dialer, an arrow (the second-hand from a clock), other metallic pieces, a very old certificate of my mother, etc.
This paint is an image of another world, probably the real one - we live a dream and, maybe, someday, we will wake up! Until then...


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Abstract