World Butterflies

 In my World Butterflies series my intention was not to make a perfect copy of a painting of Picasso, Pollock, Lichtenstein or any other artist. Even if I wanted that, it would be impossible. My goal was to make a good reproduction of their paintings, so that they can be recognized. When people collect real butterflies they usually frame and label them with butterfly’s name and family they belong to. I did the same with my butterflies. Each butterfly is labeled with artist name and the art  style they belong to. For instance: Papilio Picaso, Family Cubism; Papilio O’Keeffe, Family De Stijl... Papilio is a Latin name for some butterfles' species.

 

European Butterflies: 72x36x2 in
European Butterflies: 72x36x2 in

Acrylic on palettes & brushes after masters, framed wood panel with plexiglas

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American Butterflies: 72x36x2 in
American Butterflies: 72x36x2 in

Acrylic on palettes & brushes after masters, framed wood panel with plexiglas

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Papillio Van Gogh
Papillio Van Gogh

Papillio Van Gogh, family post impressionism Acrylic on palettes & brush, framed wood panel with plexiglas: 31x25x2 in

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Papilio O'Keeffe
Papilio O'Keeffe

Papilio O'Keeffe, family De Style Acrylic on palettes & brush, framed wood panel with plexiglas: 31x25x2 in

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Papilio Hofman: Family Pop Art
Papilio Hofman: Family Pop Art

Papilio Hofman, Family Pop Art Acrylic on palettes & brush, framed wood panel with plexiglas: 31x25x2

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Papilio Hofman
Papilio Hofman

Papilio Hofman: Family abstract expressionism Acrylic on palettes & brush, framed wood panel with plexiglas: 31x25x2 in

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