MILL VALLEY, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS: Leading fine art investment company ArteQuesta today announced that urban artist, Evan Skrederstu, has produced an exclusive collection of 12 art prints entitled “Titanus” for ArteQuesta clients. The prints feature a unique subject matter that Skrederstu has become famous for: painted bugs. They also include an original hand painted element making each in the series unique.
“Titanus” is a marriage of two on going projects for Skrederstu. The Painting of Paintings series shows non-existent murals being painted, while the Painted Bugs series includes three dimensional exoskeletons that act as a canvas for extremely small detailed paintings.
“This approach to painting allows me to envision the painting as if I was doing a mural, but in some ways makes it more personal and most likely longer lasting than the real thing,” said Skrederstu. “Titanus Giganteus is the largest known breed of insect on the planet so painting it much larger than life seems natural.”
The series is printed on high quality paper and mounted to a 3 quarter inch stock of bamboo making these prints are ready to hang.
About Evan Skrederstu:
Evan Skrederstu is a Los Angeles born urban artist known for his photorealism, urban murals, and surrealistic compositions. He is a member of street-art collective UGLARworks (Unified Group of Los Angeles Residents), and currently resides in Los Angeles.
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