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June 22, 2012   General News No Comments

Ballard-based artist Kellie Talbot makes tightly composed paintings of the eccentric American past of the mid-20th century. She pictures rusted old neon signs seen in daylight (so unlit, fallow), and at close range, as if you were up in their air.

They’re signs of a certain shared history that has splintered; you used to be able to find them all over, from Ballard to Vegas, in places that have since gone their separate ways, aesthetically and economically speaking. What they’re advertising may be gone, but these are such pretty hulks. If the paintings are nostalgic, that’s mitigated by the fact that the signs are suggested rather than seen whole, cut into fragments and details.

Click here to see the painting

  • ginny
    Posted on June 22, 2012

    Cool painitng! I could look at for hours and get some thing new from it…all my hopes ginny Hi Johnny!

  • Cuca
    Posted on June 22, 2012

    I like much this painting, it is very good, are light bulb in a table? Johnny have good taste.

  • ladan-iran
    Posted on June 23, 2012

    johnny depp my love,gohnny depp 4 ever

  • ladan-iran
    Posted on June 23, 2012

    im sory,johnny depp for ever

  • mano
    Posted on June 24, 2012

    Well that painting is very interesting,Johnny’s got a great choice if he buys it.his choice is always unique by the way.

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