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Trendy City in Abysmal Hipsterville

36.50"W x 30.75"H x 2.8"D

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Eric Marshall

San Mateo, CA

Medium: Collage

Subject Tags: fathersday, fathers day, officeart, office art, abstract art, abstract, trendy, hipster, mixed media, new york city, cityscape

Media: acrylic, gold leaf, silver leaf, bronze leaf on old painting

Size: 36.5"W x 30.75"H x 2.75"D

Year Created: 2015

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I love to try new things when I learn a different process. It is important to my creative flow if I add processes together and also leave an impression of today's progressive lifestyle intact with the old.

Deep within the layers lies the truth. Gold, silver, and bronze leaf were used along with acrylic paint. This is the city that most live in. Lost in the trends. Lost identity...

Eric is a San Francisco Bay Area native, having grown up on the San Francisco peninsula in San Bruno. His early education was in Catholic school in South San Francisco, where his fondest memory was writing classmates' names in "bubble lettering". He would ultimately spend hours imitating the graffiti he'd seen near home and throughout San Francisco. Fascinated by this type of expression, it would become a major influence on him as his passion for producing his art would intensify as he was encouraged by teachers and the top local graffiti artists alike, at El Camino High School to pursue his passion. He doodled in his 20's but other influences and distractions took priority. At age thirty-one his life changed completely with the responsibility of being his mother's caretaker as she courageously fought against cancer. Anger, despair, loneliness, frustration, and pain from this experience fueled the resurgent obsessions of his art. He used any spare time he had creating images and pushing limits of his artistic expressions on canvas. His mother's passing has fueled his renewed passion for his art. Eric is a founding member of D.E.T.H. Trap Collective, a social movement of disruptive fine artists. He loves to incorporate divergent elements one wouldn't ordinarily expect to find together. Since childhood, he has marched to the beat of a different drummer. This attitude is expressed in all of his pieces.

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