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by Darren Robinson
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For this piece I decided to paint how I feel as an artist about our current climate situation and the reasons that I believe for the situation we are... more
1.80" W x 3.875" H x 0.90" D
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For this piece I decided to paint how I feel as an artist about our current climate situation and the reasons that I believe for the situation we are facing. I am a fan of Salvadore Dali's surrealism so he was my main inspiration for this piece. I created this piece using hand painting and airbrushing combined with collage techniques. I felt by using these techniques I could achieve a realistic and surrealistic look to the finished piece which is so apparent in Dali's work. On a 24 by 20 by 1.5 inch gallery wrapped canvas I started with an airbrushed background using acrylic paints and acrylic inks. Next came the collage elements applied with rubber cement. I used magazine cutouts for the city scene, sinking statue, and mountains and lower clouds. Then I attached some small metal gear like objects to add to the "industry like" feel I wanted in that portion of the piece. Finally I painted and airbrushed the upper clouds with the eyes in them, the ocean and beach scene with palm trees...
I have been drawing and painting for almost 50 years now starting with that first box of Crayola 64 crayons I received when I was five years old. Over the years I experimented with pencils, markers, pastels, oils, acrylics, inks, and mixed media. I was and still am a HUGE fan of such Fantasy Artists as Boris Vallejo, Frank Frazetta, Larry Elmore, and Keith Parkinson, just to name a few. I often would sit and draw fantasy creatures and castles along with some surrealistic landscape visions. About 25 years ago I started learning to airbrush and added that to my repertoire. You can see the heavy airbrush influence and use throughout many of my recent realistic paintings. Recently I have experimented with Mixed Media and abstract art as a way...
This is truly awesome!! Wish some Politicians would see this!
Hope not! wild stuff!
Awesome painting - voted
Very strong message in this art work!
The Dali influence comes through very well. Great work. v
wow! this is powerful! a favorite ..
Good work....v/g+ se
Great creativity and statement.
My first thought was that this was very Dali-ish. Then I read your description. v
revisiting this wonderful image!
Very interesting painting :-)
Outstanding work! So much detail! Sharing!
It's never too late for change, you've just gotta jump in and swim! G+
Intense image! Nice work!
Very nice work.
Very nice picture. The passion that is displayed shows. V
Very unique. SE
Great work. I got the Dali influence. Feel better. You are talented.
Gorgeous work! Wow! this is very interesting!
Excellent work, Darren, very thought provoking!