“Every man a Rembrandt”

I went through a phase where I was fascinated by the Paint By Numbers craze that swept 1950’s hobbyists and craftsman alike. I wasn’t exactly sure what spurred my interest, but I wanted to see how far I could take its translation and apply it to contemporary art now.

Paint a Warhol soup can

Paint a Warhol, 2011, Graphite on paper (200 x 290 mm).

Paint a Lichtenstein

Paint a Lichtenstein, 2011. Graphite on card (600 x 500 mm).

BLAM

BLAM, 2011. Dried acrylic paint on shelf (20 x 20 x 30 mm).

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