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A Precarious Voyage - Framed

Run #00843fr
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TYPE:Framed Archival Pigment Prints on 310gsm Fine Art Paper
SIZE:24 x 17 Inches
RELEASE DATE:   Jun 02 2017
This RUN comes signed, numbered and includes a Certificate of Authenticity from Beau Stanton and 1xRUN.
Edition Size 40
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About The Artist

This RUN includes a 1 inch black wood frame with UV-glass, foam core backing and ready to hang hardware.

"The ship depicted in the painting is an amalgamation of a few different vessels that I photographed while exploring an abandoned shipyard in Staten Island. I really liked the colors and strange loneliness of the ships.

In the painting, the waves of the sea are made up of the ornamental patterns that I like to use in my work that is meant to give a restless feel to the painting. The eye’s of providence are seen in the sky like the phases of the moon depicting transition and change.

I started the painting by priming the wood panel with different colored layers of acrylic paint then sanding it to create a varied texture. Next I drafted out the patterns with a compass and ink. The rest of the process was rendered with several layers of oil paint." - Beau Stanton
A multi-disciplinary artist, Stanton’s work takes the form of paintings, murals, large scale installations, stained glass, and multimedia animations. Focusing on meticulous technique and craft, Stanton’s work is heavily informed by historic ornamentation, religious iconography, and classical painting. A keen interest in iconic visual symbols and Jungian archetypes often provides the foundation for his images.

Stanton is originally from California where he studied Illustration at Laguna College of Art and Design. He relocated to New York after graduating in 2008 where continues to live and work in Red Hook, Brooklyn constantly drawing inspiration from local nautical history. His work has recently been shown in a 12th Century crypt, on the Berlin Wall, a Fiat 500, and in galleries worldwide.

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