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This six paneled Serialist work presents six of Andy Warhol�s works (Campbell�s Soup Can 1, 1968, Self Portrait, 1967, Flowers, 1970, Marilyn, 1964, 129 DIE IN JET, 1962, Jackie Triptych, 1964) and are constructed out of many images from various stages in his life and career (a young Andrew Warhola, his Mother, autographed Shirley Temple fan club photo, a cross section of some of his artistic works and collaborations, etc.). Warhol was prolific in a great many mediums over an extended length of time. His work and their impact have, if anything, only increased since his untimely death on February 22, 1987, from complications during Gall Bladder Surgery. In fact, his life, the Factory, and his prophetic understanding of the Pop Culture of his time and ours has influenced our culture just as much as his artistic creations have, if not more. With Warhol he was always the Art. He was quoted as saying that, �In the future everyone will be world-famous for fifteen minutes.� In these current TMZ and Twitter times that quote has never rang more true. This piece is my tribute to his life, Art, & message, and how they helped me find my artistic voice.
July 5th, 2013
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