PAINTING: Empty Words, Miner Thought

$330.00

Empty Words, Miner Thought by Todd Lawson
Acrylic on wood panel.

Originally exhibited at:

Paranoid by submission
The Staircase Cafe (cafe closing show), Hamilton, Ontario, June 2005

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Empty Words, Miner Thought by Todd Lawson

22.25 inches by 10.75 inches.
Acrylic on compressed “Found” wood panel
Polymer UV protective coated varnish
wall-hang-ready!

Originally exhibited at:

Paranoid by submission
The Staircase Cafe (cafe closing show), Hamilton, Ontario, June 2005

Collection Synopsis:
As a call back to the cold war and world war era visual and written propaganda, today’s general public now finds itself in a state of heightened paranoia for all things government and business related as they are hammered daily by media outlets. Think, don’t speak; watch, don’t blink…society’s laziness and shallow view of life has forced us into a state of quiet, paranoid submission. We know we are lied to, we know we are herded like cattle; we see the slow disintegration of ourselves and everything we know, yet other than the odd protest or verbal outburst, we decide to sit back and watch.

See the full Paranoid Submission Collection

 

Weight5 lbs
Dimensions22.25 × 10.75 × 0.5 in