Wretched & Sublime (Matted Art Print)
This is a print of an original painting in Brad Antifolk's "Anarchy of the Abstract series."
This print is matted in a 11" x 14" mat ready to be framed or hung. The original painting is Acrylic, ink and epoxy resin on canvas. "Wretched & Sublime" is a reference to a line in the Beau Johnson song "Cross My Heart". Beau was always kind to me and let me use that song in my ANTI-UP [the magazine] CD sampler back in day. He is missed by those that knew him and I am sure by those that loved him. If you look at previous pieces you can see the foundations of this piece coming together, particularly "Build So much that Something Breaks." Also, to date this is the largest piece using white ink. I was unsure about the choice prior to making it, but my daughter convinced me and I am glad that she did. I think it adds to the piece and is appropriate considering the death of Beau.
Completed in September of 2018
There is Beauty in Imperfection.
The prints are all numbered.