Tina Psoinos
 
 

Telephone on Flowers Blue

  • Mixed Media
  • 37 x 37 x 2.5 in
  • Tina Psoinos

Rotary phones are a thing of the past. Today's generation does not recognize them, never used them. The work has hidden personal and relevant references such as the phone number from I Love Lucy, that used an Exchange Name MH (Murray Hill, NYC neighborhood), where I created this work. The background is a floral print on canvas depicting old fashioned painted flowers. It is collaged with the telephone image and dripped with paint, then completed with numbers and words. From the ongoing series "Objects Quotidiennes" of everyday objects in an effort to catalog the past and awaken nostalgic memories or evoke curiosity. Similar to other projects this body of work explores recurring layers of memory and reflections on time while engaging the viewer with texture and shape, allowing for their own particular associations to come through. Done in street art fashion using layered images, ripped and/ or wrinkled. Signed. Framed and ready to hang as is with D rings and hanging wire included.

 
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