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Ben Steele Starry Night Hotel Canvas


Ben Steele Starry Night Hotel  Canvas Ben Steele

Status: Available | Condition: New | Edition:Limited Edition Canvas | Edition Size: Limited Edition Of 50 | Dim:29 inches wide by 26 inches tall | Ben Steele| Item #: BS00002

Price: $ 495.00 USD      

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Ben Steele Starry Night Hotel  Canvas is eligible for layaway in 3 equal payments of $165.00 over 60 days.

Layaway Schedule

10/21/2016  $165.00 1st payment
11/20/2016  $165.00 2nd payment
12/20/2016  $165.00 3rd & final payment

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Available for purchase today, October  21, 2016

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Starry Night Hotel

NOTES: What do Pop Art, Vincent Van Gogh, Edward Hopper, Rembrandt, neon gas and Helper, Utah have in common? Artist Ben Steele. Starry Night Hotel embraces them all and expresses his belief that great art and the great artists are more accessible today than ever before. Thanks to our online society, the greater the image, the broader the awareness of it has become. If Pop Art lionized the irony of our commodity driven lifestyle and celebrated the imagery of mass culture. Steele creates paintings that are affirmations of “culture” being popular with the masses.

“The big picture is right here, right before your eyes,” Steele explains. “I’m not trying to hide anything or be heady about it. Art that looks down at you because you can’t understand what it is about is no fun. I’m putting layers in so people can have fun and enjoy the process of discovering them. I would love it if a collector purchased Starry Night Hotel because they were taken with the image and was to only to realize later (spoiler alert!) that ‘ear-ily low prices’ was a reference to Van Gogh cutting off his ear.”

Big picture also describes the scale of Steele’s images. At first glance his sprawling canvases pay homage to his unique mix of Americana and the masters of past and present, but soon the subtleties of his use of light (in this case neon, lamplight and sunset) become apparent. “My process is similar to Rembrandt’s because I build the effect with layers of glazing,” he explains. “I can only imagine how much fun Rembrandt would have had painting neon lights!”

Steele’s Starry Night Hotel is available in two formats, a 29w x 26h giclée canvas and a 22w x 20h giclée paper.

Starry Night Hotel  Canvas by Ben Steele Is a Limited Edition production by the Artist. Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity which affirms that this Art Work is an authentic Limited Edition production from  Ben Steele. This Limited Edition is Signed and Numbered by the artist.

Ben Steele bio

Steele was born in 1977 in Kennewick, WA. He graduated from University of Utah in 2002 with a BFA in painting and drawing, continuing his education at the Helper Workshops under the instruction of David Dornan and Paul Davis. The summer workshops led to a multi-year internship with Dornan and Steele relocated to Helper where he has been living and working as an artist ever since.

Artist Statement Steele considers himself to often be on the outside of the art world looking in. Rather than fitting any specific movement, he's best described as an Art Chameleon, using his work to comment on the history of art as a whole. To do so, he incorporates many different processes of painting and isn't tied down by any one style.

With an education built upon classical training, however, he enjoys utilizing the techniques and processes of the old masters with a contemporary sensibility. What results is a paradoxical reverence for art with playful and sometimes acidic commentary.