Topic-Ana Print Tim Conlon
Topic-Ana Print Tim Conlon
Topic-Ana Print Tim Conlon
Topic-Ana Print Tim Conlon
Topic-Ana Print Tim Conlon
Topic-Ana Print Tim Conlon
Topic-Ana Print Tim Conlon
Topic-Ana Print Tim Conlon
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Dimensions: 24 x 24 Inches / 61 x 61 cm

Medium: 16-Color Screen Print on Orange Plike 330 gsm. Full bleed with deckled edges.

Provenance: Hand-signed and hand-numbered by artist. Gallery Certificate of Authenticity included. 

Edition: Limited Edition of 75 (#51/75)

Year: 2022

Condition: Excellent


ABOUT THE ART

Based on his original painting Blank Canvas #115 - TPIX, from his prolific and ever-expanding Blank Canvas series. Combining spray paint, typography, painterly abstraction, and tromp l'oeil to create these large-scale, close-up paintings, Conlon presents a literal "peek" into freight train painting art and culture.

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Tim Conlon (born 1974 in Alexandria, Virginia) is an American artist and graffiti writer known for large-scale murals and works on canvas. He was featured as one of several artists (including Kehinde Wiley and poet, Nikki Giovanni) in the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery exhibit, Recognize! Hip Hop and Contemporary Portraiture, which included four large graffiti murals painted by Conlon and collaborator, David Hupp in 2008. This marked the first modern graffiti ever to be in the Smithsonian Institution.

In 2011, he curated the G scale train exhibit in the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art’s, Art in The Streets survey of graffiti and street art. His Blank Canvas train paintings are in multiple collections, including the Norfolk Southern Corporation's headquarters in Norfolk, Virginia. Conlon's art can be found on the streets of Washington, D.C. in city-sponsored public art projects. Conlon has exhibited at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, along with shows and projects in New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Chicago, San Francisco, London, Paris, Bordeaux and Berlin.