Mixed-media

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Artist: Traeger di Pietro
Title: Inside & Out (diptych)
    • Category: Mixed Media
    • Subject: Figures & Nudes
    • Size: 48.0" x 36.0" x 1.5"
Artist: Traeger di Pietro
Title: 1 on 1
Year: 2011
    • Category: Mixed Media
    • Subject: Figures & Nudes
    • Size: 36.0" x 36.0" x 2.0"
Artist: Traeger di Pietro
Title: The Longing
    • Category: Mixed Media
    • Subject: Figures & Nudes
    • Size: 24.0" x 24.0" x 2.0"
Artist: Traeger di Pietro
Title: Being a Girl
    • Category: Mixed Media
    • Subject: Figures & Nudes
    • Size: 48.0" x 12.0" x 1.5"
Artist: Traeger di Pietro
Title: Family
    • Category: Painting
    • Subject: Figures & Nudes
    • Size: 22.0" x 18.0" x 2.0"
Artist: Traeger di Pietro
Title: XYZ
    • Category: Mixed Media
    • Subject: Figures & Nudes
    • Size: 48.0" x 48.0" x 2.0"
Artist: Traeger di Pietro
Title: Where did all the Cowboys go?
    • Category: Mixed Media
    • Subject: Figures & Nudes
    • Size: 36.0" x 24.0" x 1.5"

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  • Inside & Out (diptych)
  • 1 on 1
  • The Longing
  • Being a Girl
  • Family
  • XYZ
  • Where did all the Cowboys go?
  • Description: Traeger di Pietro generally works in one of two di... Traeger di Pietro generally works in one of two different approaches to his paintings. One is oil on canvas, the other is mixed-media on canvas or board. This portfolio is a selection of his mixed-media works. About this body of work, he says, "These images are usually contructed over time, starting with a theme or a subject. As the days, weeks, and sometimes months, pass, new ideas or experiences prompt me to add layers and various mediums. Through the process, I'm drawing on my life-experiences, perspective, worries, hopes, fears, dreams, etc and listening to the work itself. It's amazing how much the work guides me through the process." When completed, these works often contain many layers of symbolism in the form of cut-out magazine clippings, newspaper headlines, found objects, and stenciled shapes, words and numbers. Everything is added for a reason. In addition to the mediums mentioned above, these works may also contain charcoal, acrylic paint, oil paint, colored pencil, craypa, soil, sand, feathers, string, hair, pieces of plactic, and of course, glue and varnish.

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