PWW-777, 2002

Mixed Media

Acrylic, Paper, and Oil on Canvas

30.00 x 20.00 in

76.2 x 50.8 cm

Unique Work

This work is signed by the artist on the back.

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30.00 x 20.00 in

76.2 x 50.8 cm

Unique Work


    About The Work

    "PWW-777" is part of Eric Mack's ongoing body of work utilizing multi-media, complex compositions, and a grid centered around urban design. Using a grid to create the framework of the painting, Mack has utilized Zerox copies adhered by a matte medium to create graphic imagery of electronics from the 90s, small bits of a map of various places in Germany, and vinyl records. Mack paints on top of a torn canvas, and on the edges you can see the frayed, painted canvas mounted to the white backing of the frame. The work is finished with glass that shows minimum reflection as well as a customized 2 inch, white frame.

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    About Eric Mack

    • This work is framed.
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