“Can We Keep It?” (Oil, 24×36)

$5,000.00

Created using traditional oil-painting techniques.

Finished with a removable UV protective varnish.

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Arrives framed and ready to hang.

Includes a certificate of authenticity.

Only 1 left in stock

Description

 

Q&A

Q. Where did you get the inspiration for this piece?
I’ve been wanting to do something contrasting childhood and the pending environmental doom for quite some time now, so that’s where the inspiration came from.
Q. How were you pushing your boundaries as an artist?
This was challenging because I had to juxtapose different images ontop of each other. The dolphin was actually based off a miniature dolphin I bought at a toy store.
Q. How does this artwork make you feel? 

It gives me a slight chuckle due to the Dolphin’s ridiculous tongue, but there is definitely a serious layer to that comedy.

Additional information

Weight 11 lbs
Dimensions 24 × 36 × 1 in
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Frame

Museum quality plein aire 3.5″ Wide closed corner frames are beautifully and meticulously hand-finished and leafed by expert craftsmen. The detailed process to create this frame is a trade secret passed down for generations, and each frame is as individual as the art!

Key Features:

  • Hand-leafed and finished on the frame
  • 3-1/2″ Wide and 1-1/8″ Deep
  • Rabbet depth 9/16″

Shipping

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Bio

Cedric Chambers is a Bolivian-American oil painter who follows the meta-modern art movement “Stuckism”. In 2016, Chambers graduated from Metro State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Art. That same year, Chambers was accepted into The International Guild of Realism, which represents “the best realists working today”. 

Additionally, Chambers has contributed to the Huffington Post. His IMDB profile includes credits for animation and graphic design; for his work on the award-winning biographical documentary films about Nobel Peace Prize Winners Oscar Arias and Betty Williams.

As part of Cedric’s mission to contribute to the betterment of society, he donates original artwork to support non-profits such as Project Worthmore and the Colorado Greyhound Rescue.

Chambers lives and works in Denver Colorado. He also owns a rescue greyhound named Coco.

Follow @ChambersFineArt on Instagram.

Size Chart

Measures 31"x43" framed and 24x36" unframed.