From the Artist: “Aside from the mural I painted last year, this is the largest painting I’ve ever done (in terms of width). I don’t always like to share my meaning with paintings because I like that art can be like a mirror – reflecting back a different meaning to each viewer. I will say that this one (for me) had nothing to do with nature telling us to stop treating every inch of her available space as our own, although that would be a perfectly suitable interpretation…”
-Original Oil on Thrift Art by Dave Pollot
-Background is a Framed Print on Board
-Signed in Oil by Artist
-Includes Signed Certificate of Authenticity
-Measures 30 1/2 x 66 1/4″ including frame (massive!)
-See Video of Painting Here: No Vacancy Video
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I find discarded prints and paintings (ones you may have inherited from great grandma and brought to your local donation bin), and make additions. Sometimes I paint monsters, other times zombies, and most times some pop culture reference- Star Wars, Futurama, Ghostbusters, Mario Brothers…the list goes on. I use oil paints and do my best to match the style of the original artist. My hope is to take these out of the trash can and into a good home; full-circle- from a print that proudly hung on your Grandma’s wall, to a painting that proudly hangs on yours.