Style1½ inches thick (3.75 cm) Product Details Artist grade canvas, archival inks, wooden stretcher bars, and UVB protective coating
AvailablityUsually ships within five business days. ArtistEdward BockPlatinum Member CollectionUrban
DescriptionThis image is based on a photo I took of Andy Warhol, when he was promoting his book in a department store window in 1977 in St. Louis, and a painted image I created in 2002 with watercolors and torn rice paper. The book was “The Philosophy of Andy Warhol : (From A to B and Back Again)”. In 1968 Andy Warhol gave a showing of one of his film efforts at the University of Miami where I was film student. He had several projectors set up and kept starting and stopping them, overlapping the images and sounds. It seemed rather random at the time. I remember the big issue was whether he really was Andy, or the reported double that was rumored to give presentations for Andy Warhol. This was my first contact with Andy Warhol’s work. I have been very influenced by his style. Fusionnée Image® is a style of image. It is a term I coined to describe a style of image created by merging, marrying, blending, combining, commingling or fusing a photographic image with a painted image to produce a fused reality of image. Fusionnée (pronounced 'fusion-ay') in French means fused.
Edward Bock, Minneapolis, MN Member Since March 2007 Artist Statement I have been working with image making for 45 years and developed a blend of painting and photography called Fusionnée Images®. I am a commercial photographer who discovered painting and mixed media, I now lead a double life.
I am inspired by Andy Warhol, Jasper Johns, Frank Stella, Gerhard Richter, Stanley Keleman and Bonnie Cutts.