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This RUN includes a 1 inch white frame with UV-glass, foam core backing and ready to hang hardware.
"This piece was painted over the course of a month and a half with acrylic on a canvas panel. Yes, it will be available at the Long Beach Museum of Art where it was commissioned for the Art Auction in May. "A Closer Look" is a follow up to an existing piece called "Birds Fly By Flapping Their Wings". That piece was commissioned by the Long Beach Museum of Art to be featured in their Art Auction in 2011. When I was asked to contribute again I wanted to do a piece of a piece. "A Closer Look" is just that, a painting focusing on an element that was featured in the original piece in 2011. I wanted to explore and expand on the tree house. I wanted to make a piece about a piece. I plan to make another large painting focusing on a small part of this painting in the future. I like the idea of there's way more going on here than you can see. " - Jeff McMillan
Jeff McMillan was born in San Jose, California. He graduated from the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena in 2004 with a BFA in illustration focusing on fine art and print illustration. Jeff has been a contributing artist in RVCA’s ANP program since 2007. In 2012 he founded Prigus Sport International. He also teaches Illustration at Art Center. Jeff lives in Long Beach CA with his wonderful wife Liv, daughter Elsa and a disobedient ex pageant siamese cat.
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