The Interview (Vain Spasms Of Fleeting Domination)
July 3, 2022 8:00 PM (UTC)
About this event
Digitally painted gif animation. This new Abstract will be airdropped to The Lords of the Orbs (aka holders of the pair of spheres in the Abstract collection--Alpha + Omega), and any remaining editions will either be listed for sale (offers of 20tz accepted) or burned.
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David Andrew Nishita Cheifetz (b.1981) Internationally acclaimed and collected artist. Oil painter in the styles of Contemporary Realism and Imaginative Realism. Now also creating art using digital processes. "Reflecting the language of dreams, these dark, hyperrealistic tableaux suggest bizarre and intriguing narratives. Cheifetz paints alla prima, an oil painting technique in which wet paint is applied to previous layers of wet paint. He works without detailed underpainting or studies, creating atmosphere through prominent, expressive brushstrokes and strong chiaroscuro." -Artsy.net
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