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Shan Fannin
"1959 Chevrolet El Camino, " Acrylic painting

2020

About the Item

Shan Fannin's (US based) "1959 Chevrolet El Camino" is an acrylic painting that depicts the closeup view of the taillights of a red 1959 Chevrolet El Camino Born 1969 in California, artist Shannon “Shan” Fannin brings vehicles to life with a combination of photorealism and abstraction. Painting in a unique style using acrylics, hands, and brushes allows her to focus on the vehicle while giving a hint of the abstract surroundings. Fannin travels internationally to photograph vehicles and talk with their owners to enhance her creative process. Fannin’s paintings have been shown in 2 solo exhibitions and national galleries throughout the United States. She has been published in Greek, British, and American publications including PoetsArtists, American Art Collector, and Where Women Create. Fannin artworks are currently represented through 33 Contemporary, The Good Art Company, Abend, and Zhou B Art Center Gallery
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