Tuesday, September 17, 2013

The Ladies of Peter Max Exhibit Museum Interior by k Madison Moore

The Ladies of Peter Max Exhibit

Painting with The Masters

Art Museum Collection Series

11 x 14 Interior Painting by k Madison Moore

I always love painting with Peter Max because his
palette is basically primary brilliant colors. He paints
the prettiest women so I thought an exhibit with them
would be great. He has so many that it was hard to
decide but these are my favorites. Of course the
Baldwin piano that he painted is fascinating  and
fun so great for this exhibit.
Peter loves to paint hearts and I love his work so
much I thought I would include a few in the flooring.

The Ladies of Peter Max Exhibit

Max's art work was first identified as having been a popular part of the counter culture and psychedelic movements in graphic design during the late 1960s and early 1970s. He is known for using intense bursts of color, often containing much or all of the visible spectrum. His work was both influenced by, as well as widely imitated by, others in the field of commercial illustration, such as  Heinz Edelmann. Peter Max' repeated claims, varying in detail, to have worked on "Yellow Submarine" has been denied by the production team.

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