Gina Minichino Still-Life Painting - Donut Six Pack, Framed
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Gina Minichino
Donut Six Pack, Framed

2017

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Represented by the seller, NY & LA -- I love junk food. Who doesn’t? In my latest series of paintings, I am presenting snippets of childhood.. images that I like to look at. Presenting these objects in a quiet and contemplative form, they can represent a time of joy or even bring out some darkness in their solitude. I love to look closely at the design of a wrapper and the translucent popping color of a hard candy and find every bit of the rainbow in a piece of chocolate. My desire is to bring a greater intimacy of these objects to the viewer, and represent a moment in time in the history of pop culture, and also all of our lives.

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  • Condition
    Good.
  • Dimensions

    H 15.75 in. x W 19.75 in.

    H 40.01 cm x W 50.17 cm

  • Gallery location
    New York, NY
  • Reference number
    LU18322341651

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