“He is drawn to trinkets that have a life of their own and a patina that has a story to tell. He chooses to create work that intrigues, that offers the unexpected through the combination of collage and painting. He attempts to blur reality and fiction thus letting the viewer into the unconventional work.”
John Pagani’s artwork is fascinating and will make you think about what story he has to tell through each art work. I love an art piece that is complex and intriguing. They always make me stop and question what the artist is expressing. It makes you wonder how he arrived at the ideas within each piece. Is he being controversial? Realistically portraying society? Appealing to our understanding? Fascinating.
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