Mixed Media, Newspaper on Canvas
24 x 18 in61 x 46 cm
Artspace Warehouse (Los Angeles)
With cultural icons and world events acting as inspiration, artist Soren Grau strives to communicate meaning through figures and colors. He paints in a street art-inspired Neo-expressionist style inspired by artists such as Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat. Grau's work engages the viewer with color and symbolism, inviting each person to unscramble the mystery behind his paintings. He explores social commentary and individuality using bold colors and emotive lines.This 24-inch high and 18-inch wide unique painting is stretched, wired and ready to hang. The sides of this original mixed-media artwork are painted and it does not require framing. It is signed by the artist on the front lower right corner. Convenient local Los Angeles area delivery. Affordable Continental U.S. and International shipping available. A certificate of authenticity issued by the art gallery is included.Soren Grau is an artist from Denmark who has lived in Los Angeles for the past 12 years. Each of his artworks conveys both personal meaning and ambiguity, to be interpreted differently by each person. His cultural commentary runs parallel to our social consciousness. The pure pleasure of creating is the driving force behind his painting. He believes that art need not be complicated and that art is for everyone.“Whatever an artist does, they put a piece of their soul into the artwork,” explains Grau. “In that way, you can show who you really are. You can make yourself individual by creating something unique that is a part of you but that can also be a part of those who see it and experience it.”A self-taught artist, Soren Grau has won numerous industry awards for his aesthetically pleasing drawing style, graphics, and loud colors. His artworks are represented by Artspace Warehouse Los Angeles and have been collected by international companies, including Red Bull, HBO, Toyota, and FX (Fox), as well as internationally by private art lovers.
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Painting each original artwork to convey both personal meaning and ambiguity, Soren Grau works in two radically different styles: Neo-Expressionism and Suprematism. For his Neo-Expressionist work, Grau cites Jackson Pollock, Jean-Michel Basquiat, and Clyfford Still as inspirations in both style and attitude.
With cultural icons and world events often acting as inspiration, he strives to communicate meaning through both figures and colors. Grau, speaking about his neo-expressionist works, says “I know what I have set out to do but the details that come out in the canvas are an obscured vision of the subject…”
Originating from Denmark, Grau currently lives in Los Angeles, California. His experience in graphic design informs his compositions and methodology. Grau considers himself an anti-conformist and finds joy in creating his open-ended creative expressions on canvas.
Soren Grau’s artworks have been collected by international companies, including Red Bull, HBO, Toyota, and FX, as well as by private art lovers worldwide.
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