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Pigeon Eyeshadow A3 print - Limited Edition of 200

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Pigeon Eyeshadow A3 print - Limited Edition of 200 Print

Beatrix Haxby

United Kingdom

Printmaking, Lithograph on Paper

Size: 16.5 W x 11.7 H x 0 D in

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About The Artwork

Pigeon Eyeshadow painting depicts a tableau vivant of Western individualism and will to power vs. Eastern wisdom and intuition. On the right of the painting, monks stand in a cross-section of a Buddhist temple, contemplating a monumental Tibetan mandala. On the opposite side, a gameshow host is on stage with the spinner wheel landing on a winning combination, the apocalyptic light beams above from fortuitously recreating professional stage lighting. In the bottom left hand corner of the painting, a woman with her back to us uses a pigeon’s iridescent neck as an eyeshadow palette. A lightning bolt strikes the water in front of her, prompting it spurt up like a geyser and acting as a mirror, reflecting the scene back at us.

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Print:Lithograph on Paper

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:200

Size:16.5 W x 11.7 H x 0 D in

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Beatrix Haxby's art casts diverse subject matter into an equally wide net of media. She explores themes and ideas seemingly disparate as surrealism, mysticism, New Romanticism, eroticism and athleticism, which she believes form a meaningful lattice of coincidence in the cultural imaginary. She believes that passe abstractions such as beauty, virtuosity and ambition have a shifting but continuing validity. No matter, the medium she works in, she sees a common thread in her approach to art-making: as generating landscapes of possibility. Her creative energy invests itself in perishable materials of oil paint, wooden board and linen canvas, found scraps and her own sculpture; in the galvanised digital realm: filming, motion graphics and animation; and most recently in the corporeal realm of calisthenics and gymnastics. As a painter she focused on the body as a subject, but she is now too using it as a subject.

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