All Art Is Propaganda
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All Art Is Propaganda
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Oil on Canvas
Oil on Canvas Frame
W: 1700mm x H: 800mm x D: 20mm
W: 67" x H: 31" x D: 1"
Approx. Weight: 4kg
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About "All Art Is Propaganda"
This is an dystopian animal farm painting depicting a piglet running away from it's inevitable destiny.
The title references a critical essay by George Orwell of the same name.
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As an accomplished artist with over five decades of experience, I have developed a unique and captivating style that has drawn the attention of art enthusiasts and collectors worldwide. My studio is based in the vibrant city of Cape Town, South Africa, where I create masterful works of art primarily using oils on canvas.
My passion for art started in 1969, and I have since built a successful career as a professional artist, with a focus on wildlife, portraits, and landscapes. While my work is realistic and representative in nature, I am not limited to any specific style or subject matter, and I often explore new techniques and ideas to keep my art fresh and exciting. I paint primarily in oils on linen canvas.
My art is deeply rooted in my life experiences, and I hope that my paintings inspire and connect with others on a personal level. As an artist, I believe that my work is not complete until it resonates with the viewer and evokes an emotional response with a direct connection to their own life experience.
In addition to being inspired by the old masters, I draw inspiration from contemporary artists like John Singer Sargent, Bo Bartlett, Andrew Wyeth, Odd Nerdrum, Knut-Andre Vikshaland, Vincent Desiderio, and Antonio Lopez Garcia.
Whether you are a seasoned collector or a new art enthusiast, I invite you to experience the beauty and passion of my art and join me on this incredible journey.
My work is represented internationally by SAATCHI ART, by ARTOUI & ARTMO galleries in Germany, and by OCCHI CONTEMPORARY ART in London & New York,
Finalist in the New York Artios Gallery "United Through Art" exhibition 2020.
Published interview in Occhi Magazine "In Conversation with Visual Artist /Architect Alan James Weiss"
B.A. Honours degree from Middlesex University in London
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