22.000 x 17.500 inches
A print of this artwork is currently for sale. The print is not being offered for sale through the Fine Art America secure checkout system. You will need to contact the gallery directly in order to purchase the print.
Click here to contact the gallery.
Painting - Artist Hand Signed & Numbered Giclee On Canvas
Michael Godard hand signed & numbered -edition of 500- giclee on canvas
Oh My God...ard! These are usually the first words out of peoples' mouths when they view Michael Godard's artwork. Godard, known as the "Rock Star of the Art World" is currently the #1 best selling artist in the U.S. Since childhood Godard has had paint flowing thru his veins. He attended the University of Nevada in Las Vegas for Fine Arts and later attended The Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California.
Godard has been featured on Television in HBO's Cat House, A&E's Criss Angel's Mind Freak, American Casino, Inked, and a myriad of other media. A documentary on Godard's life featured at independent film festivals winning numerous awards. His Book, "Don't Drink and Draw", the art and life of Michael Godard, was awarded Art Book of the Year.
Godard's work is highly collected by movie stars, rock stars, private collectors, from young to old from all walks of life. Godard's imaginative world of art is seen by millions of people each month world wide such as cruise lines, galleries, hotels, television, magazines and countless merchandising kiosks and stores. His paintings even adorn the
walls of the officer's lounge in the Pentagon.
Godard's world of art invites us in to his lighthearted perspective of life that surrounds us, mirroring our lives through martinis with animated olives, drunken grapes, dancing strawberries, including his own vices of gambling and the good life. Godard's unique portrayal of fun is an exciting combination of imagination and often subtle humor which evoke and engage the creative side in "Olive" us. Paintings depicting drunken grapes, gangster olives, dancing strawberries, and flaming dice have taken the conservative art world and turned it on its heel redefining art as we know it with a new definition and of course a punch line.
Today Michael Godard is considered one of the most prolific and influential artists of our time.
February 5th, 2008
Viewed 6,651 Times - Last Visitor from Gainesville, FL on 08/31/2015 at 5:51 PM