The Rise Of Gray Matter Or the Utopia Of Human Feelings (tribute to Hariton Pushwagner and George Orwell)

The artwork was inspired by the art of the great pop artist Hariton Pushwagner. I tried to look at George Orwell’s literature through the eyes of Chariton Pushwagner. I painted my cover version of some of Puswagner’s works, mixing them into one work, injecting ideas and a sense of the World of Orwell’s 1984 novel.
I have been working on this work for over a year. I used for inspiration the moments when I had the appropriate disposition of the spirit, those moments in which I could sink in into the World of these two great artists.
The artwork is painted with high quality French olive paints. It is filled with my original and unique technique that gives a lot of relief (physical texture) and makes the work look unique, aesthetic joy for the eye of the viewer. I am sure it will bring a lot of joy and satisfaction to your home.

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