Hunt Slonem

Artwork

Anaconda II (AP/3), 1980

Hunt Slonem

Anaconda II (AP/3), 1980

Original Color Serigraph, signed & dated

26.75 x 18.25 in

$1,600.00

Lobster (AP/2), 1980

Hunt Slonem

Lobster (AP/2), 1980

Original Color Serigraph, signed & dated

19 x 19 in

$1,600.00

Shell Ginger (A.P. 16/30), 1980

Hunt Slonem

Shell Ginger (A.P. 16/30), 1980

Original Color Serigraph, signed & dated

25 x 20.38 in

$1,600.00

Anthunium (AP 3/30), 1980

Hunt Slonem

Anthunium (AP 3/30), 1980

Original Color Serigraph, signed & dated lower right

19.75 x 24.13 in

$1,600.00

Pillow Garden (A.P.4/30), 1980

Hunt Slonem

Pillow Garden (A.P.4/30), 1980

Original Color Serigraph, signed & dated

22 x 24.25 in

$1,600.00

Still Life (AP 13/30), 1980

Hunt Slonem

Still Life (AP 13/30), 1980

Original Color Serigraph, signed & dated lower right

26.25 x 19.50 in

$1,600.00

Crystal Ball (AP/2), 1980

Hunt Slonem

Crystal Ball (AP/2), 1980

Original Color Serigraph, signed & dated

19 x 19 x 30 in

$800.00

Pocahantas Pillow II, 1980

Hunt Slonem

Pocahantas Pillow II, 1980

Original Color Serigraph, signed & dated

23.13 x 24.63 in

$900.00

Tribute (A.P. 4/30), 1980

Hunt Slonem

Tribute (A.P. 4/30), 1980

Original Color Serigraph, signed & dated

21.88 x 25.25 in

$1,600.00

Horns of Plenty (A.P. 5/30), 1980

Hunt Slonem

Horns of Plenty (A.P. 5/30), 1980

Original Color Serigraph, signed & dated

24 x 23.63 in

$900.00

Purple Shell (AP/7), 1980

Hunt Slonem

Purple Shell (AP/7), 1980

Original Color Serigraph, signed & dated

18.75 x 19.50 in

$800.00

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Hunt Slonem
Hunt Slonem (born Hunt Slonim, July 18, 1951) is an American painter, sculptor, and printmaker. He is best known for his Neo-Expressionist paintings of tropical birds, often based on a personal aviary in which he has been keeping from 30 to over 100 live birds of various species. Slonem's works are included in many important museum collections all over the world; he is exhibiting regularly at both public and private venues, and he has received numerous honors and awards. Hunt Slonem’s oil paintings pivot between the fantastic and the natural. These natural forms ultimately become the subjects for many of his artworks, appearing in large lavishly colored paintings and constructed sculptures. As an artist, he endeavors to explore the many expressive faculties of color. His paintings are layered with thick brushstrokes of vivid color, often cut into in a cross-hatched pattern that adds texture to the overall surface of the painting. Slonem often hides his subjects "behind a grid of incised lines, blurring their contours and emphasizing the paint's tactile quality." This surface patterning combines with the rich colors and recognizable subject matter to create paintings that are physically and aesthetically rich. Source: Wikipedia
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