It's All Derivative: The Skull in Gold, 2012 - Bill Claps
About the Work
About It's All Derivative: The Skull in Gold
This work is a part of the artist’s It’s All Derivative series, which comments on the practice of appropriation in the art world by combining borrowed imagery from the past with the antiquated digital language of Morse code. Courtesy of the artist
About the Artist
About Bill Claps
Bill Claps's paintings and drawings have been featured in solo and group exhibitions in galleries and institutions throughout the country, including Aspen Fine Arts ...Read More
Bill Claps's paintings and drawings have been featured in solo and group exhibitions in galleries and institutions throughout the country, including Aspen Fine Arts Gallery in Aspen, Colorado; Bendheim Gallery in Greenwich, Connecticut; and Kismet Gallery in Westport, Connecticut. In New York City his work has been shown at Salomon Arts Gallery, Priska C. Juschka Fine Art, Henry Gregg Gallery, and Rush Arts Gallery. His works are in private collections in the United States and Europe.
Claps lives in New York City and paints in his studio in Long Island City, New York. He studied painting in Florence, Italy, and at the Art Students League in New York.
11" x 8.5"- Monoprint: Gold foil on print on fine art rag paper 16" x 12"- Monoprint: Gold foil on print on fine art rag paper 40" x 30"- Monoprint: Gold foil on print on paper
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