Aerial View Tsunami Diptych Painting by New York City Artist Clintel Steed, 2011

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"Aerial view of robotic legs - I did a series of these paintings about the tsunami in Japan because I felt like it was a moment when nature was showing its true force and as it shows us in history and in the present - it is the most powerful!!" Clintel Steed.

About the artist:
“My painting is about the explosion of an image and the impact that it makes.” Clintel Steed, an American artist, holds a BFA in Painting from the Art Institute of Chicago, an MFA from Indiana University and completed Advanced Studies at the New York Studio School of Drawing, painting and sculpture. Born in 1977 and raised in a devoutly Pentecostal Christian household in Utah, Clintel drove to New York City in 2001 with his easel tied to the top of his car and settled in Harlem. Finding representation with Borghi Gallery, exhibitions throughout New York City, the Hamptons, Philadelphia and winning the John Koch award from the Academy of Arts and Letters in 2015, Clintel is an artist who represents the urgency and grit that was synonymous with New York City in the 1970s-1980s. “The battle between good and evil, heaven and hell was preached all the time. This struggle is still within me, the lust for money and the battle for power.” Clintel’s studio is in the Sunset Park area of Brooklyn, one of the last vestiges of unadulterated New York art studio space.
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Creator
Clintel Steed (Artist)
Production Type
One of a Kind
Production Time
Available Now
Place of Origin
United States
Date of Manufacture
2011
Period
2010-
Materials and Techniques
Painted   Masonite
Oil Paint
Condition
Good. This work is unframed..
Wear
Wear consistent with age and use
Dimensions
76 in. H x 63 in. W x 3 in. D
193 cm H x 160 cm W x 8 cm D
Dealer Location
New York, NY
Number of Items
2
Reference Number
LU151026382543
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