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"Untitled Painting 2006 36x72" by Justin Gaffrey - Fabulous New Listing
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Untitled Painting 2006 36x72

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2006

Justin Gaffrey

Original Painting
Acrylic Impasto on Canvas

Size: 36 x 72 in  |  91 x 183 cm

 
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Hand Signed : Lower Left in Acrylic
Condition: Excellent
Purchased from : Artist 2006
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Justin Gaffrey

Art Brokerage: Justin Gaffrey American Artist: Justin Gaffrey is an artist who challenges himself in vast mediums. Although, his primary body of works is executed in heavy acrylic impastos often 1-6 inches thick. Justin works in his studio outfitted with a full metal and wood working shop creating free standing sculptural works and sculptural paintings. Justin's work is loose and expressive but underplayed with intense study and practice. Justin’s work can be an emotional landscape of his home in northwest Florida, to life size human skeletons, exposing a confused and beautiful life. As a self-taught artist, his work challenges the norms of art, pushing boundaries is usually the only way he will be satisfied. His work is constantly changing like a moving target, making it hard to pinpoint any particular genre or theme of art. His earlier works have inspired a path for many impasto acrylic painters. Much of Justin's early inspirations come from artists like Van Gogh, Jimmy Lee Sudduth, and Monet. He has since evolved and finds inspiration in artists like Louise Bourgeois who's work tapped into the subconscious, writers like Mary Oliver with her poems on nature, and scientists like Albert Einstein. Listings wanted.