Art Green (artist)

Arthur Green (born 1941) is one of the indigenous Hairy Who members from Chicago, a society of students from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago who exhibited together in the 1960s and 1970s and turned to representational art taking into consideration a disrespect surrealist touch. He was with a advocate of the University of Waterloo's capacity for greater than 30 years. His painting style mixes pop-art motifs like surrealist tendencies, creating a contained campaigning between order and chaos, rationalism and irrationalism. His upbringing in Chicago and its vicinity surely influenced him, from the accessibility to masterpieces at the Art Institute of Chicago to the grand architecture of Louis Sullivan, but after that advertisements from the 1940s and 1950s that oozed in imitation of undertones of sexuality. His paintings glamor from American popular imagery, but complicate them, often using the full spectrum of energetic colors and combining trompe l'oeil effects to ham it up with the viewer's desirability of balance.

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