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Wet Leg

Ben Willis

$1,200

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Ben Willis is an American artist who creates vibrant juxtapositions utilizing architecture, collage, geometric abstraction and pattern. His recent work is an exercise in giving a third dimension to what typically has two. Carved panels, acrylic paint, holographic vinyl, glitter, pearlescent pigments, and many layers of poured resin provide the viewer with more than they typically see when looking at a flat composition on the wall. Willis’ creations are often tactile and visceral, designed to function as a visual metaphor for treats that satisfy and or stimulate the viewer. etric abstraction and pattern. His recent work is an exercise in giving a third dimension to what typically has two. Carved panels, acrylic paint, holographic vinyl, glitter, pearlescent pigments, and many layers of poured resin provide the viewer with more than they typically see when looking at a flat composition on the wall. Willis’ creations are often tactile and visceral, designed to function as a visual metaphor for treats that satisfy and or stimulate the viewer.

8
16"H × 16"W × 2"D
Painting
Mixed Media
Abstract
Expressionism
Unframed
Acrylic, Aerosol, Glitter, Resin, Vinyl on Panel
Yes
Yes

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Ben Willis is an American artist who creates vibrant juxtapositions utilizing architecture, collage, geometric abstraction and pattern. His recent work is an exercise in giving a third dimension to what typically has two. Carved panels, acrylic paint, holographic vinyl, glitter, pearlescent pigments, and many layers of poured resin provide the viewer with more than they typically see when looking at a flat composition on the wall. Willis’ creations are often tactile and visceral, designed to function as a visual metaphor for treats that satisfy and or stimulate the viewer.

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