EK Shop: James Rawson

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James Rawson -James’ work blurs the boundaries between collage and painting, using preparatory paper collages as reference for his larger paintings. He aims to reflect the multi-layered visual experience we all live in. Appropriating the very images that have become implicit in our society, James’ work disturbs our sense of reality and confuses our perception of popular culture.
James’ work addresses some of the most important issues of the last 50 years; over consumption, greed, inequality and life as a spectacle. James’ work screams at you — there is no room for prevarication. It deals with the ubiquity of advertising, sex selling everything, fast food and TV as the drug of a nation. So perhaps you don’t like what you see, the bawdy reality, the cheap thrill, the constant accumulation of sweet things, processed and plastic things to unnatural things: but it doesn’t take away from the fact — it’s the truth.

“Day at the Beach” (40.55×40.55″) (painting) -$3,800
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“Blam” (19.7×19.7″) (painting) -$3,500
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“Taste the Night” (39.37×59″) (painting) -$3,800
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“Sunset Circle” (47.24×47.24″) (painting) -$3,800 SOLD OUT
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“Good by my Sweetheart” (40.55×40.55″) (painting) -$3,800
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