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Digital Art by Edward Supranowicz
ALLEY CATS SINGING ON A FENCE
The figures are black, to bring in all the associations most cultures have with black cats and for darkness in general. The figures are also elongated to suggest pride and arrogance since they are meant to be the reverse of anthropomorphism, to suggest that most of what people do and say is like screeching cats on a fence in a dark night.
HAPPY FOR NO SPECIFIC REASON
The colors are bright and bold hold a certain nonchalance even though the figures are changing and their parts are incomplete or contrasting. It is the essence of being carefree, of living and breathing because we are alive and breathing.
SPLIT NATURE 4
Is it human nature or the natural world that is split? Is man programmed to see dichotomies? A storm in the natural world is neither moral or immoral, simply a force of nature, a phenomenon. But when the storms are inside ourselves, we must see them differently. Or must we?
DEEP PURPLE FUNK 2
'Funk' is a dance form with a driving beat or a depression that drives one deeper into melancholy, and seems too complex and overwhelming to deal with. But maybe one just needs to listen to the melody.
About the Artist
Edward Michael Supranowicz is the grandson of Irish and Russian/Ukrainian immigrants. He grew up on a small farm in Appalachia. He has a grad background in painting and printmaking. Some of his artwork has recently or will soon appear in Fish Food, Streetlight, Another Chicago Magazine, The Door Is A Jar, The Phoenix, and The Harvard Advocate. Edward is also a published poet who has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize multiple times
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