Merry Go Round

Merry Go Round

Regular price $6,800

Merry Go Round

Mixed Media

40 x 40 x 0.5 inches


About the work: 
The circle is a universal symbol with extensive meaning. It represents the notions of totality, wholeness, original perfection, the Self, the infinite, eternity, timelessness, all cyclic movement. It implies an idea of movement and symbolizes the cycle of time. The circle is also zero in our system of numbering and symbolizes potential. In art the circle has been a recurring subject and has been drawn by a vast list of artists.

"Although throughout art history I have been seeing circles in art for decades it wasn’t until “The Dot” a children’s inspirational book by Peter Reynolds that I embarked on my own self-discovery and realization journey that led to The Dot Project series. Mr. Reynolds entices us to make a mark and follow where it takes us." says the artist.
This is a Mixed Media piece on canvas with acrylic, spray paint, and glass Beads on canvas. The sides are painted for a finished look. Ready to hang. Ships in a Box. Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.

About Tina Psoinos:
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.