Oil on Wood Panel
12 x 12 in31 x 31 cm
Artspace Warehouse (Los Angeles)
James Zamora's realistic “aisle paintings” are well-known throughout the US. Using different spatial compositions the artist translates common marketplace imagery into a stylized, elevated environment. Working in oil on canvas, he explores the representation of elements that surround us in daily life in unexpected still lifes. Zamora's artworks examine the particularity of the relationship between our eyes with the subtleties of our immediate reaction. His paintings investigate current supermarket trends and the response of the consumer captivated by the abundance of delightful choices.This one-of-a-kind 12-inch square oil on wood panel painting of a jelly grocery store aisle is signed on the front and back. The sides of this original artwork are painted grey and it does not require framing. It is wired and ready to hang. A certificate of authenticity issued by the gallery is included. Convenient local Los Angeles area delivery. Affordable Continental U.S. and global shipping are available. Provenance: Artspace Warehouse.Zamora is an American artist who earned his BFA in painting and drawing from The University of North Texas in 2010, followed by an MFA in painting from Texas Woman's University in 2015. His works have been exhibited throughout the USA and are in numerous private and public collections.
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James Zamora is an American contemporary realist artist known for his original “aisle paintings”. Using different spatial compositions the artist translates common marketplace imagery and popular products into a stylized, elevated environment. Zamora's work explores the relationship of our vision with the subtleties of our immediate reaction. His paintings investigate current trends and their effects on the consumer.
Zamora earned his BFA from The University of North Texas in 2010, then an MFA in painting from Texas Woman's University in 2015.
Zamora's work is exhibited throughout the USA and is included in numerous personal and public collections and has appeared in several print and online publications including New American Paintings West, New American Paintings West, and Architectural Digest.
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