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Plexi Skull Screen

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Plexi Skull Screen Sculpture - Limited Edition of 20

Matt Enger

United States

Sculpture, Plastic on Plastic

Size: 108 W x 120 H x 1 D in

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About The Artwork

Silkscreened Day Glo Plexiglass panel hanging screen. Inspired from Archeological expeditions in Blanding, Utah. Very Beautiful and Quite Stunning. Can be dismantled and reassembled for shipping or storage. Turns any office or home into an art museum!! I designed this hanging, modular sculpture as a room divider that anyone could order for any space. It is universal and very fun to look through while a constant reminder of the temporary nature of human existence. Matt Enger, 2022

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Sculpture Print:Plastic on Plastic

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:20

Size:108 W x 120 H x 1 D in

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Matt Enger has been living on the East Coast since moving to New York City to work for ULAE- Universal Limited Arts Editions. He has been working to create a unique vision of his process since. Matt Enger has been showing in New York since 1990. “My newest work is somewhat abstract with a focus on depth and color. I like to think of paintings as a way to communicate ideas and emotions without words. I am using a technique I have developed over the years that I call cast acrylic on canvas. The result of this is a high gloss surface that resonates with visual depth.” “Creating a vibrant body of artwork has continued to evolve over the years because of my love of paint and the contrasting use of colors that I love. I have always had an interest in American Culture, including historical myth and Hollywood has always provided inspiration for my work. In my paintings I am always looking for ways to create new visual depth and line to enhance the psychedelic pallet I favor.” “My work is a metaphor, which employs historical fact as well as fantasy to explore the daily struggles of people in a crowded, technological, wondrous and many times frustrating society.”

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