Metaphysical Style: "The Twerk" Painting by Nathan Coppedge

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Metaphysical Style: "The Twerk"

Nathan Coppedge

United States

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Size: 14 W x 11 H x 1 in

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Painting: Watercolor on Paper.

14" X 11" Framed.

This work is the soul of Picasso. But it is not Picasso. It is like Picasso, but it is better than Picasso. Art appraiser's nightmare.

Combining the qualities of M.C. Escher and Abstract Expressionism, this piece is not about content so much as composition.

If you are curious about what it represents, it may be a woman 'twerking'. However, it was made before twerking was made popular.

The notion that this piece is metaphysical centers around the importance of woman, and the way that efforts at explaining life frequently return to superficial themes, themes which are nonetheless, somehow, symbolic.

The artist is inspired by video games, Chinese calligraphy, architecture, Optical Art, and many other areas.

This may be a unique opportunity---for the artist is also known for his zany inventions at nathancoppedge.com. If Nathan has crossed the boundary into working perpetual motion, then this piece symbolizes something unique, and the signature alone could be worth millions.

But don't think that the artist is desperate. This is a piece that will have re-sell value for centuries to come.

Made with calligraphic ink on art papper, the construction is durable, and the frame is perfect.

Get this unique Picasso-quality work before the prices begin to skyrocket.


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