Weekend Features: Framed Art Phenomena 16

Framed Art Phenomena

The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and science. -Albert Einstein


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"Eternal Reflection" by Martin Whatson. Pic provided by Allan K.

“Allan K. was one of the lucky few who managed to snag this 8-layer stenciled masterpiece. It is encased in a deep but super-thin zinc frame, to accent the metallic space theme.”

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"The Sisters" by Saturno Butto. Pic provided by Kurt F.

“Subtle gold highlights of this frame complement this Butto piece so well. Excellent work all around.”

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"Consort Study" by Ray Caesar. Pic provided by Conor C.

“Caesar’s work have an other-worldly Victorian feel to them. In this case, a classic ornate gold frame is the perfect match.”





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"Wish You Were Here" by Dan McCarthy. Pic provided by "iambillyg" from expressobeans.com

“Super clean and classy frame up work done here. Really like the simple black on black frame/mat setup. It helps makes the image and trees pop against the white background. I bet it looks great glowing in the dark as well!”

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"Warning Invader" by Invader. Pic provided by Brampton Picture Framing, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, UK

“Good to see one of these prints surface. I like how the thin black frame matches the outline of the print. Clean work all around. (Framed by Brampton Picture Framing in Chesterfield, Derbyshire, UK.)”

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"Tokyo Girl" by David Choe. Pic provided by "piratesprayer" from expressobeans.com

“And closing out this weeks article is a piece by David Choe. You know…the person that tagged up Barbara Walters and was informally adopted by Howard Stern all in the same week. Oh yea, he’s also a mega multi-millionare now. :)”

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“The Sisters” by Saturno Butto

About The Sisters: Saturno Butto portrays two real-life siblings as allegories of their core desires. A black leather mask and a wreath of white flowers once again play on the theme of contrast, leading us to believe one sister is a deviant and the other an innocent. A closer look at the wreathed sister’s defiant expression and the masked sister’s demure gown reveals that they have more in common than is initially apparent, with a skull emphasizing their common fate.

“The Sisters” is a 22″ x 22″ Giclee, edition of 50, signed/numbered/COA, and cost $110 one day only on Thursday, November 3rd HERE, and $125 on the days after.

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"The Sisters" by Saturno Butto. 22" x 22" Giclee. Ed of 50 S/N. $110, $125