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Trey Speegle Paintings (2010–2012)

Contributed by Stephen Coles on Oct 11th, 2012. Artwork published in 2010.
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It’s Later Than You Think, 2010
Archival pigment, acrylic paint on canvas
104 × 232 in

Source: http://art.sy. Trey Speegle. License: All Rights Reserved.

Art.sy:

Though Trey Speegle uses vintage paint-by-number paintings as his source material, he explains that they are a type of “visual vocabulary” he juxtaposes with text in order to subvert their intended meanings. Speegle mimics the kitschy, cartoonish aesthetic of these paint sets, and sometimes uses real paint-by-number canvases, in his own work. By overlaying words and phrases onto urban and nature scenes, faces, and flowers, he alters the meanings of the text and the images and imbues his works with irony and ambiguity.

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You Left A Mark, 2012
Vintage paint-by-number panels in shadow box
32 × 41 in

License: All Rights Reserved.
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Why Can't You Just Be Nice, 2010
Acrylic paint and archival pigment on canvas
72 × 48 in

License: All Rights Reserved.
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Who Are You?, 2010
Acrylic paint and archival pigment on canvas
34 × 72 in

License: All Rights Reserved.
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Once Wants More, 2011
Archival pigment print
30 × 24 in

License: All Rights Reserved.
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You Suck (Say it with Flowers), 2011
Acrylic paint and archival pigment on canvas
24 × 36 in

License: All Rights Reserved.

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