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The Big Apple - Limited Edition of 10
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The Big Apple - Limited Edition of 10 Print

Denise Buisman Pilger



Size: 30 W x 22 H x 0.1 D in

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This is a hand pulled, hand colored limited edition screen print of 'The Big Apple' the first piece in the 'Journey' series, Journey is a collaboration between visual artist Denise Buisman Pilger and photographer Pazit Perez. Together they are creating a series wherein edgy portraits are placed within graphic pseudo-realistic cities that are are at once recognizable, yet somehow surreal. The artists merge many photographs into a singular black and white image with minimalist colour accents, using digital photo manipulation, image transfer, acrylic photo -collage and acrylic -paints and -mediums. Resulting in contemporary, slighty provocative and yet somehow nostalgic pieces. This mixed media painting on wood is created using a combination of image transfer and acrylic paints and mediums together with textured papers. The artwork comes with a wire on the back for hanging, it is signed on the front and has title, date, artist name and a signed certificate of authenticity from the artist on the back. Be advised that colors and brightness depend on your monitor and the digital picture may be slightly different from the original work of art.

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Print:Screenprinting on Paper

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:10

Size:30 W x 22 H x 0.1 D in

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Through her urban, hand layered mixed media paintings Denise Buisman Pilger (the Artist Abroad) evokes memories and inspiration and reconnects you to the beauty of the world. As a frequent globetrotter, she has called Amsterdam, Fort Worth, Montréal and Nagoya home, taking each relocation as an opportunity to explore the world and gather inspiration. Exhibiting and selling her work prolifically in North America, Europe and Asia over the past several years, Denise has proudly exhibited her work at the 2011 Salon de la Société nationale des beaux-arts at the Carrousel du Louvre in Paris, both the Artist Project and Outdoor Art Exhibition in Toronto, the Toyota Municipal Museum of Art and galleries in New York, Montréal, Ottawa, Toronto, Nagoya, Okazaki and Gifu. Creating art has helped Denise deal with strong fear of abandonment and a lifetime of struggling with goodbyes, through her art she stays connected to the places that she had to leave behind. Combining her love of photography, painting and travel, she deals with her feelings of loss and, at the same time, helps her audience relive happy memories of familiar places and inspires them to visit and explore new destinations. Fascinated by the urban landscape and the people that populate it, her bustling pastiches of architectural elements and city life invite us to step into her world, where you will find that the urban elements are not necessarily in their true-to-life configuration. Through the universal language of art, Denise aspires to bridge cultural and language barriers and make the world into a place where all people feel connected to each other. She aims to encourage people to learn about different countries, cultures and ideas so they can understand and appreciate them. Knowing that everyone identifies with a country and an unique culture, she hopes to motivate people to first and foremost see themselves as world citizens and feel a kinship to all the people in the world. Denise’s creative practice spans close to two decades, beginning with several years as a professional graphic designer and art director for print media, both in Europe and North America. A sensibility that is reflected in her current bodies of work, both aesthetically and technically. Her creative process involves photo manipulation, acrylic image transfer and hand layered mixed media elements, her visual vocabulary is always unique and always authentic.

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