Piece description from the artist
Ridiculous is a perfectly normal state to be in, although not accepted by all as so.
What is more ridiculous than pollution causing fantastic sun sets? And why do chimneys and TV antennas continue to top rooftops in the archetypical mind's eye of what is considered "home" or "house" although seldom used due to cable and central heating?
I delight in painting what would seem ridiculous, through scenes, scapes, and architecture.
This is a TurningArt exclusive limited edition print available in editions of 100.
"It's all about the story, temperature, line seduction, the illusion of stability vs frailty, and the necessary quality of color that sings together when placed together."
Jodi Chamberlain grew up outside of San Diego and Oregon. She attended the University of Oregon, Majoring in printmaking and later moved to NY. She continues to draw, paint, and animate. Currently she is attending the School of Visual Arts in the Computer Animation 3d Department.