It Takes a World

It Takes a World

It Takes a World

   © 2017

Medium:        Digital-photo Painting – Archival Giclée print on surfaces, printed on demand

Image Size:     1) 50.8cm x 50.8cm    or    2) 76.2cm x 76.2cm

Edition Size:   1/25

Description:   A resistance statement to the obvious zeitgeist change within the United States that surfaced with the 2016 U.S. election. The background is the Constitution of the United States. Raised hands, represent the diversity of America and the labor exerted by all its people. Rather than stars in the field of blue on the American flag is an image of the world superimposed by the poem “New Colossus” by Emma Lazarus (an inscription that appears on the Statue of Liberty), welcoming all people from all corners of the world. “We the People,” “E Pluribus Unum” (out of many one), the founding principles of the United States which, I believe, are reminders for not only Americans but all people of this world to respect the dignity, sanctity and equality of all human beings, and all life. It is my belief that all life in this time and place is related. And as such, it is our duty as global citizens to care for and take care of this planet and each other.

 

Artist: Peach Pair

  • ARTWORK INFO

    It Takes a World

       © 2017

    Medium:        Digital-photo Painting – Archival Giclée print on surfaces, printed on demand

    Image Size:     1) 50.8cm x 50.8cm    or    2) 76.2cm x 76.2cm

    Edition Size:   1/25

  • ARTIST INFO

    Peach Pair

     

    Peach Pair is an American artist with a bachelor’s degree in music. Life, she is learning in degrees through Buddhism. Buddhism and Music are integrated in her work, informing its lyricism, heart and texture.

    An adventurer, upon graduating from Temple University, Peach hitchhiked across Canada – even hopping a freight train from Jasper, Alberta to Bluewater, British Columbia. Her sense of adventure is perhaps why digital art attracts her. She takes pleasure in the challenge of creating something organic, expressive, comforting, and painterly, out of something wholly inorganic and insentient to achieve a graceful pas de deux between technology and fine art. Rather than using photographs as the basis of her compositions, she begins with a “blank canvas” and draws with a mouse—not a stylus; often making use of organic substances: tree bark, leaves, shells etc., which is scanned to add texture and dimension. Her intention is to create “orchid-room friends”- a positive, comforting influence - for the viewer.

    Her most recent exhibits include the online gallery “Light, Space, Time’s” 2020 Primary Color’s exhibition, “Director’s Choice” award in the “Donnie 2019 Awards” and exhibition of the Museum of Computer Art (MOCA), the 2018 “Arthouse NYC” exhibit at “Red Dot Miami, Wynwood” during “Miami Art Week,” and a 2017 solo exhibition at the “Tri-Mission Gallery” at the Embassy of the United States of America in Rome, Italy. Her work is included in collections in the U.S., Europe and Japan.

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