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Sex Lies & Liquor - Limited Edition 1 of 10
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Sex Lies & Liquor - Limited Edition 1 of 10 Print

Ramon Royce

United States


Size: 26 W x 33.5 H x 1.5 D in

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This project involves several points of entry. As expressed in literary text, dialogue engages the viewer with immediate reference points. Using a silkscreen process, the incorporating of sign-like panels featuring stenciled words create compelling linguistic inscriptions. To this end, experimentations in both printmaking and painting contribute to the use of industrial applications. For the viewer, my goal pivots on a collection that mirrors hidden consciousness, while also providing stimulus for authentic language and perceptual promise.

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Print:Screenprinting on Paper

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:1

Size:26 W x 33.5 H x 1.5 D in

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Ramon Royce is a contemporary visual artist. His work is varied and presented in multiple mediums, to include: paintings, prints, installations, and sculptures. He studied art at Eastern Michigan University, earning a BFA in 1990. In 1997, he earned his MFA degree from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. In his early years, he worked directly under the tutelage of renowned artist Charles McGee, Ray Yoshida, and Ted Halkin. Expanding on their language of art, his inspiration derived from Modernism and the de-construction of formal elements. Challenging the pre-determined role of the artist to act as a supplier of information. Royce adopts the notion that external factors are intrinsically linked to the language of art. As a conductor leads a symphony, Royce continues to examine the relationship between metaphors, themes, and social paradigms. Building on this layered approach, he presents a platform of juxtaposing elements and explicit details. In his analysis, creative thinking involves the rejection of conventional thought and the generation of alternatives and unconventional ideas.

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