Australian born Philosophical Symbolsim artist Pete Tillack stated this when explaining this New York City painting - "Scandalous"
scan·dal·ous - causing general public outrage by a perceived offense against morality or law.
Society is not one voice, it is a collaboration of many opinions trying to persuade their own agendas that constantly contradict.
It's made up of many generations some wanting to keep tradition, while others try to push the envelope or stretch for a broader horizon.
Societies are very adaptive but we still have to show the next generation how to live with and understand that others think.
Don't get too hung up on yourself or your agenda, because if the worlds presence was represented by a 24hr period, Mankind has only been here for the last 3 seconds........
Limited edition on giclee print on gallery wrapped canvas artist signed available framed and unframed. The frame selection is an artist made aluminum frame. The larger artist proof (AP) size comes artist enhanced. Framed or unframed, this piece arrives ready to hang:
Limited Edition Sizes:
25x72" - gallery wrapped limited edition of 25
Artist made alumunum frame dimensions 31x78"
30x84" - artist enhanced artist proof (AP) edition of 25
Artist made alumunum frame dimensions 36x90"
All prints use the Canvas Giclee process, which utilizes museum-quality, archival inks, canvas and supports. Prints are created with the popular "Gallery Wrap" Giclee allows for the image to be mirrored and printed on the sides of the canvas. These Gallery Wrap prints may be hung framed or unframed as you choose. Additionally, a protective coating is applied to the surface of each canvas print. All gallery wrapped prints arrive ready to hang.
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Watch Pete Tillack discuss his painting "Scandalous"...