The framing option for this RUN includes a 1 inch white wood frame with UV-glass, foam core backing and ready to hang hardware.
"Originally the hawk was painted on a wall as part of an interactive installation, swooping down ready to grab an unsuspecting rat. The original piece was an 18’ x 20’ foot mural with 360 pounds of salt poured on the floor. Two separate sets were created in front of this mural atop the salt. One set was a contemporary and domesticated piece that incorporated a sleek, leather and wood high top stool along with a magazine holder and side table. The other set was a hand painted black on black tent with black tennis shoes at the front of its closed entrance." - Hugh Leeman
ABOUT Hugh Leeman:
"I'm vulnerable and insecure and love life. I have come to place art second in my life and living first. I think for years I have come to obsess over and seek to exert power and control over my art and its career path and the rest of my life revolves around arts schedule. I have come to realize for me that my art is about communication and inevitably about me and my life. If this is all to be true and sincere then I must live first and communicate on this living, otherwise I only end up able to communicate on being a part of the same pattern in my studio every day the same pattern the same coping mechanism the same food to feed my ego." - Hugh Leeman
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