Denver , CO
24.000 x 18.000 inches
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Starfucker At Monolith
Painting - Acrylic On Canvas
Painting created Live by Laurie Maves at the Monolith Music Festival of the band Starfucker. The original has been autographed by the band members.
My name is Laurie Maves.
I am a Commissioned Artist and Live Painter/Performing Artist based in Denver, Colorado. I work as 'green' as I possibly can, by recycling canvases, paint, collage materials and whatever else I can get my hands on. I also provide various artist services such as portrait commissions, mural work, table and bar tops. My work historically has been influenced by Picasso and Gauguin and most definitely Modigliani, but more recently by Frida Kahlo and Basquiat. Most of my work is figurative in nature, but my deepest focus has always been on color and texture. I use materials that build up the surface of my canvases so that the color can jump out at the viewer. I can paint any subject matter for commissions, but most often paint figures, faces, eyes, orbs, moons, landscapes and poppies.
My painting studio is located in the Valverde Warehouse District at 2590 W. 2nd Avenue, Unit 5b, Denver, Colorado 80219, USA
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September 14th, 2009
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