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Lucian Szekely-Rafan

Generation androgynous (2016)

Artwork Type
Dimensions
28.7x20.9 in
Dimensions of the work alone, without framing: 27.6x19.7 in
Techniques
Support or surface
Wood / Mounted on Wood Panel
Framing
This artwork is framed
Ready to hang
The artwork has a hanging system allowing it to be fixed on a wall.
TothemArt interpretation : He, she, them, they? Pronouns that we let to define us. We are made up of shades, colors, smiles, and the people around us. We are never alone and we are certainly not simple, holding mother nature within us. Mixed media: pencils on aged wood. Wood frame
TothemArt interpretation :

He, she, them, they? Pronouns that we let to define us. We are made up of shades, colors, smiles, and the people around us. We are never alone and we are certainly not simple, holding mother nature within us.

Mixed media: pencils on aged wood.
Wood frame

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Artist represented by TothemArt
Lucian Szekely-Rafan
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With over two decades of experience, Lucian dedicated his passion to mastering his technique. This shows in his works, all of them have a vivid pallet of colors and emotion, never missing the natural...

With over two decades of experience, Lucian dedicated his passion to mastering his technique.

This shows in his works, all of them have a vivid pallet of colors and emotion, never missing the natural element. With a pen and paper, Lucian defines his work through the styles of lowbrow, pop surrealism. All of his work are mixed media.

Artist statement:

Every artist transforms the world around him the very moment it is reflected in their retinas, thus, in every work. Only the world is so nuanced that a single type of material is not always enough to capture its essence. In this sense, I have explored multiple avenues: engraving, charcoal, painting (even if less than others), and lately, jewelry.

 I propose a reconsideration of the portrait, combining the Renaissance classicism, the Boschian strangeness/eeriness, and the surreal hermeticism in a formula that curbs the aesthetics of ugliness.

The decomposition of this portrait recalls a time of isolation of the being in its own carcass - an age of uniformity, of lacking personality. Despite these inadequacies, art manages to guide the eye of the viewer to the decryption of beauty.

The new concept opens, in fact, a bridge between traditional graphic art and jewelry. The latter thus loses its purely decorative status, describing rather an attitude, a vision, an idea.

See more from Lucian Szekely-Rafan

Several sizes
Prints
33.5x25.6 in
$1,200.62
27.6x19.7 in
$1,119.55
39.4x59.1 in
$2,983.08

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