Beautifully contrasting his colourful block painting style, this two-tone dot painting by Billy Schenck adds a more contemporary touch to his western collection. On creating this piece, Billy noted that the silver background pays homage to Andy Warhol's silkscreen Factory studio on East 47th Street NYC while it also reflects his own love of painting women "as strong, powerful, independent, no-nonsense individuals".
Displayed on deckled-edged 300gsm paper via silkscreen printing techniques, this striking artwork is the perfect way to add a dynamic yet classic artwork to your room and can be combined a range of artworks in many styles.
Edition size: 80
Subjects: Fantasy, Figurative, Portraits
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