There is a story behind each piece of work from On Gessoed Stock. The street art aesthetic may seem random at first look, however; when you look closely you find a play with the primary colors of red, yellow, blue, and green, along with the collaged elements of cookies, crackers, and fruit snacks with a childlike stick figure and a larger, smiling face with horns.
It's a fun and interesting piece that would be a nice addition to your kitchen or home office.
More About The Artist
Chris Herman is a graphic artist who began practicing art in early 2000, which consisted of a collection of black and white faces on stickers, stencils, and large photocopied posters. Often referred to as Street-Art, they were applied in various urban locations around the Los Angeles area onto electrical utility boxes, bus benches, construction site scaffolds, etc.
In 2014 after an 8 year hiatus from art, Chris returned to the original faces he created during his street campaign and began applying them to small 1-3 color paintings using acrylic on gessoed, cover stock. This eventually evolved to larger paintings on wood as triptych and diptych paintings.
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