Asher’s Art Gallery (Mondays)

Hello fellow art lovers! It’s Monday, and my gallery is open once again! I hope you guys are ready for some interesting pieces. Now, let’s get started!

  • Lyricism by Rene Magritte 1947 oil on canvas: This is an extremely bizarre piece by “Master Surrealist”, Rene Magritte. It’s drawn in a very unique style that gives off a psychedelic vibe. The background of the piece has many colors that are blended together, adding to the trippy motif. The main focus of the work is the man who’s standing next to a pear. The surrealism shines in his visage, which is very similar to the pear! He has a leaf sticking out of his head, and appears to have no ears as well. I think this piece has a double meaning on a certain insult. It takes calling somebody a fruit to a whole new level!

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  • G-76 by Larry Carlson Digital Art 2010: Ah yes, another wonderful work by the “Digital Guru”, Larry Carlson. This picture is truly twisted, and my god, it’s glorious! The background is surprisingly normal with various trees and a bright blue sky. However, as soon as you meet eyes with the center figure, everything changes! “She” appears to have a wheel for a face with one eye in the center. “She” also seems to be melting, and has a beautiful rainbow surrounding “her.” The other figure in the piece appears to be in a state of shock. This is shown by her frightened expression and wide eyes. For some strange reason, she’s also holding a beaver with the Powerglove. I’d love to hear what you guys think of these pieces, so be sure to leave a comment in the comment’s section below.

LARRY CARLSON, G-76, 2010.

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