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    Deconstruction - FINALIST, December 2018

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    Price: 1,800.00 USD
    Added 2018-12-23 13:25:21
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    Deconstruction

    According to Wikipedia; Deconstruction is a way of understanding how something was created, usually things like art, books, poems and other writing. Deconstruction is breaking something down into smaller parts. Deconstruction looks at the smaller parts that were used to create an object. The smaller parts are usually ideas.

     This is my visualization of Deconstruction and Chaos. But I was thinking of cells, DNA strands and the beginnings of life breaking apart.

    Specific details

    Name of Artist: Tom Shropshire
    Width (inches): 20
    Height (inches): 24
    Media: Acrylic
    Country: United States

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    This painting brings to mind how fragile our environment is. On a recent hike in Lake Tahoe forest, saw how bark beetles have such a great effect on the forest.

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    So good!

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