R 950 – R 13,000
Inspired by the portrait of “The Madonna” by Italian Baroque (post renaissance) painter Sassoferrato.
Traditionally a Madonna (Italian: [maˈdɔn.na]) is a representation of Mary, a iconic image of trust central to both the Catholic and Orthodox churches. The word is from the Italian madonna ‘my lady’. Here she represents Lady Luck, once trusted she brings good fortune in a game of chance. She personifies a controlling power in our fate, smiling on us, holding her cards close to her chest as she keeps her plans, intentions, or tactics secret from all.
Where lies your trust in the game of chance? Life is indeed a gamble, the ultimate game of chance, based purely on having the ability to make the right choices at the right time. Are you in control of your deck of cards, or is it in the hands of the one in whom you trust? Fate awaits everyone, and you have the choice to do with it what you will.
Dare we question world views and beliefs? Are the rules of the game we are made to believe correct and inherently true?
Life is not a game of win or lose, it is only an experience. Todays Pop Art is hugely influenced by street art. Using similar references and mediums, it allows the viewer to now own a piece of this anonymous public art and bring it inside, into their own private space.
All art is packaged professionnally in boxes or cardboard packaging.
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In case of works that are not unique such as Prints or Photographs, you will know how many copies have been produced and each work will be signed by the artist.