Portrait of Woman In Blue and Green, Fernand Leger inspired, printed and framed. By Liza Cowan aka Liza Leger.
From the series FAKE!©™ Paintings by Liza Leger, Liza Matisse and Liza Picasso. 2005
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*** Framed in black wood. Size is for framed print. 22.25 x 26.03
****** The art is printed using an Epson large-format impact printer with archival inks on Epson Premium Lustre or Enhanced Matte paper. Frame mouldings are premium wood, the acrylic (instead of glass) is cut using the newest technology, and every single piece is assembled and inspected here in the U.S.
In 2005 I did a series of painting called FAKE!©™ Paintings by Liza Leger, Liza Picasso and Liza Matisse. The series was exhibited in several galleries in New England, and featured on Mountain Lake PBS on the show "Art Express."
Here's what I said in text that accompanied the exhibition of this series:
"Fake implies not real. No longer immediately assumed to be fraudulent, fake flowers, faux finishes, costume jewelry, fun fur and even fake art all have their place in our post pop, post modernist aesthetic.
Forgeries (real fakes that is, not fake fakes like mine) intend to deceive. The more they achieve this goal, the more valuable they are. Forgery works when the forger becomes invisible, and the viewer/buyer is fooled, But art about art is fakery exposed and manipulated on purpose by the artist. It takes art as the subject of the work itself. The original appears as if in quotations. It is the interplay of the primary and secondary levels that makes the pieces work."
For more about the series, check my website www.lizacowan.com
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