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The Song My Heart Would Sing


MEDIUM

Mixed Media on Paper

DIMENSIONS (H x W)

11 x 17 in
28 x 43 cm

ARTWORK LOCATION

Artspace Warehouse (Los Angeles)

US$ 200

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Robert Lebsack creates artworks using mixed media with ink, acrylic and charcoal on archival copies of newspaper or sheet music. His work tends to focus on social and cultural issues using bits and pieces of headlines, articles and ads as the background. The viewer can use their own interpretation and random image word association to bring meaning to each individual piece.

Lebsack’s artworks tell us stories about ourselves. They have a remarkable ability to filter our dreams and aspirations while visualizing edgy, half-buried perceptions troubling us about the world around us. Many of his paintings express courage and offer a form of and engagement with our continually shifting surroundings.

His imagery is hand drawn with great detail. Robert’s artworks extend from the front onto all sides, adding a visual impact from every angle.


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Robert Lebsack

Robert Lebsack’s mixed-media paintings layer human subjects and landscapes in ink, acrylic, and charcoal atop fragments of torn sheet music or newspaper. Utilizing bits and pieces of lyrics and text as the literal background as well as the social and cultural context for his art, Lebsack uses the confrontations between his subjects and a surreal landscape to address various crises of contemporary society, such as materialism, apathy, waste, loneliness, and isolation. The paper fragments often are juxtaposed seemingly at random, challenging the viewer to read the bits and form their own interpretation through free word association. Lebsack has been exhibited throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, Asia and collected globally.


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