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Rainbow Two

Run #02630
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TYPE:Archival Pigment Print on 290gsm Moab Fine Art Paper
SIZE:12 x 18 Inches
RELEASE DATE:   Nov 22 2019
This RUN is signed, numbered and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity from Scott Listfield and 1xRUN.
Edition Size 50
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About The Artist
"I had a show last spring at Preacher Gallery in Austin, TX titled “Lone Star,” and I was thinking a lot about the Texas landscape, specifically the Big Bend area, and also had a recurring motif of a bright guiding star which appeared in a lot of the work. You know what they say, the stars at night, are big and bright… you get it. That said, I didn't want these two paintings to feel too specifically like any one geographical location. I wanted them to more broadly feel like you were following a star in the sky into an unknown landscape.

"Weirdly enough I was thinking about the color palette from the movie Thor: Ragnarok. It's one of my favorite movies from the past couple of years and it's got a wonderful, bright, 70's psychedelic space vibe going on in some of the set designs and movie posters. I wanted to grab that exuberant rainbow and see how it fit into this starry world I was working on." ––Scott Listfield

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Scott Listfield is known for his paintings featuring a lone exploratory astronaut lost in a landscape cluttered with pop culture icons, corporate logos, and tongue-in-cheek science fiction references. Scott grew up in Boston, MA and studied art at Dartmouth College. After some time spent living abroad, Scott returned to America and, shortly before the real life, non-movie version of the year 2001, began painting astronauts and, sometimes, dinosaurs.

Scott has been profiled in Juxtapoz, Wired Magazine, the Boston Globe, New American Paintings, and on at least one local television station. He has exhibited his work in Los Angeles, Chicago, London, New York, San Francisco, Miami, Boston, and many other nice places.
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