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Ben Steele Wild West OPEN EDITION ON Canvas

Ben Steele Wild West OPEN EDITION ON  Canvas Ben Steele

Status: Available | Condition: New | Edition:Open Edition Canvas | Edition Size: n/a | Dim:18 inches wide by 15 inches tall | Ben Steele| Item #: BS00017

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Wild West
OPEN EDITION CANVASES - BS00017  Canvas

NOTES: Let"s let icons be icons and revel in this pairing of Pop Art and cowboy culture. Graphic and colorful, this Fine Art Canvas Edition set from Ben Steele lassos two pair of American icons and strides off into the myth and lore of the Sunset Strip. Contemporary, witty, engaging and pretty, this two-canvas set is just as at home in an urban loft as it is a mountain retreat..

Wild West OPEN EDITION ON  Canvas by Ben Steele 

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.