$1,400.00 – $1,515.00
Print that is signed and numbered by the artist.
|Enhanced Artist Proof
Print that is signed, numbered and hand embellished by the artist.
|Shipping and Framing
This will come to you either unframed and tubed with complimentary Continental U.S. shipping – use code ARTFREESHIP – or you can add a custom frame with us.
“The Artist” is a thought-provoking giclée on canvas by Michael Summers, a piece that explores the relationship between creation and creator, between art and artist. In this dynamic composition, a wooden robot, the artist, stands with a paintbrush in hand, as if caught in a moment of surprise or contemplation. Its human-like posture and expression evoke a sense of wonder, perhaps even bewilderment, as it gazes upon its creation: a tiger brought to life with strokes of vivid, dripping color.
The tiger, painted with streaks that mimic the robot’s brushwork, seems to roar to life, its form a blend of the wild and the imaginative. It is as though the creation has taken on a life of its own, transcending the intentions of its maker. The backdrop is a canvas of chaos, splattered with a riot of colors that could represent the emotional turmoil and the unpredictable nature of the creative process.
This powerful scene is a metaphor for the act of creation itself, the burst of inspiration, the wildness of ideas, and the courage it takes to bring them into reality. “The Artist” challenges the viewer to consider the role of the artist: is it to control the creation or to set it free? The interplay of the controlled brushstrokes that compose the robot and the untamed splashes of color that give life to the tiger raise questions about the essence of art and the liberation that comes with expression.
Ideal for art enthusiasts and thinkers alike, “The Artist” is not just a piece to adorn a wall but a conversation starter, a narrative piece that invites deep reflection on the nature of creativity and the complex dance between order and chaos. It’s a celebration of the creative spirit, capturing the exhilarating moment when art takes on a life of its own.