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Hunt Slonem "2 East Lake" Hot Pink Bunnies

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Hunt Slonem "2 East Lake" Hot Pink Bunnies Two black gestured black bunnies on a solid hot pink background. Framed in an antique wooden gold frame. Unframed: 14 x 10 inches Framed: 16.5 x 12.5 inches *Painting is framed - Please note Hunt Slonem paintings with frames may show signs of patina due to age and history. Carefully examine frame condition before making a selection. Hunt Slonem is a well-renowned American artist known for his neo-expressionist paintings of butterflies, rabbits, and tropical birds. The artist creates exotic forms with expressive and highly textural brushstrokes that are full of intense color. His compositions often consist of flat spaces with simple forms pushed to the front of the picture plane. His work tends to embrace the ephemeral beauty of nature, a characteristic that brings a nurturing, spiritual effect to his painting suggesting metamorphosis, repose, and a sensation of touching the illimitable. In addition, Slonem works with installations, sculpture, and the restoration of historic spaces, often pairing his paintings with collected objects and various materials to create colorfully monumental environments that are widely noted for their otherworldliness.
  • Creator:
    Hunt Slonem (1951, American)
  • Dimensions:
    Height: 16.5 in (41.91 cm)Width: 12.5 in (31.75 cm)
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    one of a kindPrice: $9,250
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  • Gallery Location:
    Houston, TX
  • Reference Number:
    Seller: SH11431stDibs: LU1025314325512
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