Urban Flora Celandine Poppy BW2

Urban Flora Celandine Poppy BW2

Regular price $14,000

Urban Flora Celandine Poppy BW2

Tina Psoinos

Acrylic On Canvas

80 x 60 x 1.5 in

2020

Changing environmental protection policies, deforestation, fracking, global warming are some of the current environmental issues we are facing. The dripping flowers represent our fragile planet and our impact on our environment.

This is a continuation of the series Urban Flora, inspired both by Andy Warhol's work and by the oasis that NYC parks provide against the urban backdrop of fragmented skyscrapers. The Celandine Poppy is on the endangered species list in Canada and classified as “imperiled” or “rare” in several U.S. states. Acrylic on Canvas. It is designed on a grid of 4 panels that work well individually as well as in a vertical or horizontal orientation. The panels represent building windows of urban living. Has a nice texture throughout. Sides are painted for a finished look.

Ready to hang on heavy-duty stretched canvas. Tetraptych, consists of 4 panels.

About Tina Psoinos:

Now that’s what I call art!” — Master Photographer Roy DeCarava, National Medal of Arts 2006, describing Tina Psoinos’s work.

Multidisciplinary Artist and Fine Art Photographer Tina Psoinos’s extensive body of work showcases an alternative view of the world she sees, one that blurs the borders of reality and imagination. Her portfolio includes a number of ongoing series that range from minimal to very complex imagery. Works explore different subjects including female empowerment through pop culture, love and self image through social media, urban living and global warming.

Drawing on powerful imagery, she uses these concepts to also create and develop inspired site-specific installations. Psoinos has received many awards for her artistry and has exhibited internationally, including the photo Biennale in Berlin and Madrid and many art fairs during Art Basel Miami. Her work is in private and public collections internationally, including The World Bank Headquarters, and Yuko Nii Foundation. She has been featured on NBC and Huffington Post and nominated at EMST The National Museum of Contemporary Art , Athens, Greece. In 2020 her work will be included at CICA Museum, Gimpo, South Korea.

Psoinos received a Bachelor in Fine Arts and continued her studies towards a Masters in Photography at Hunter College, NY, and Interior Design at Fashion Institute of Technology, NY. She lives and works in New York City.

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