Posts Tagged: vanitas

Humanity Confronts the Question of Taking the Blue or Red Pill: The Capitalistic Race to Utopia, the Melting Pot of Multicultural Aesthetics, and Will Nature Exhile Humanity for Transcendent Indulgence and Excess Consumptions?

    The collectivistic culture of Japan and the individualistic culture of America (akin to my inherent dual race) has shared unique aesthetics with globalization as it created more conglomerated mixtures of visual cultures. Trade exponentially fueled capitalism through popular

Humanity Confronts the Question of Taking the Blue or Red Pill: The Capitalistic Race to Utopia, the Melting Pot of Multicultural Aesthetics, and Will Nature Exhile Humanity for Transcendent Indulgence and Excess Consumptions?

    The collectivistic culture of Japan and the individualistic culture of America (akin to my inherent dual race) has shared unique aesthetics with globalization as it created more conglomerated mixtures of visual cultures. Trade exponentially fueled capitalism through popular

The Very Last Supper

The Very Last Supper, 2011-2012 Acrylic, Silver Leaf, and Mica Pigment on Canvas on Hardboard 19” x 48” “The Very Last Supper” evokes strong influence from one of Ito Jakuchu’s monumental masterpieces “Compendium of Vegetables and Insects.” Food has always

The Very Last Supper

The Very Last Supper, 2011-2012 Acrylic, Silver Leaf, and Mica Pigment on Canvas on Hardboard 19” x 48” “The Very Last Supper” evokes strong influence from one of Ito Jakuchu’s monumental masterpieces “Compendium of Vegetables and Insects.” Food has always

Self Portrait: Nirvana

      Self Portrait: Nirvana, 2010   Acrylic and Acrylic Enamel on Canvas   20” x 20”   Intermediate Painting course assignment. “Self Portrait: Nirvana” places important references to our own mortality and our will to live our own

Self Portrait: Nirvana

      Self Portrait: Nirvana, 2010   Acrylic and Acrylic Enamel on Canvas   20” x 20”   Intermediate Painting course assignment. “Self Portrait: Nirvana” places important references to our own mortality and our will to live our own

In Threes

In Threes, 2011 Water-Soluble Oil on Canvas Board 8” x 10” Advanced Painting course assignment. “In Threes” exhibits the vanities theme, which encompasses the passing of time, materialism, and death. It is a reflection of a myth that death comes

In Threes

In Threes, 2011 Water-Soluble Oil on Canvas Board 8” x 10” Advanced Painting course assignment. “In Threes” exhibits the vanities theme, which encompasses the passing of time, materialism, and death. It is a reflection of a myth that death comes