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JEFF GILLETTE 'Mickey Shack Beat-Up' Artist-Framed Original on Paper
JEFF GILLETTE 'Mickey Shack Beat-Up' Artist-Framed Original on Paper
JEFF GILLETTE 'Mickey Shack Beat-Up' Artist-Framed Original on Paper
JEFF GILLETTE 'Mickey Shack Beat-Up' Artist-Framed Original on Paper
JEFF GILLETTE 'Mickey Shack Beat-Up' Artist-Framed Original on Paper
JEFF GILLETTE 'Mickey Shack Beat-Up' Artist-Framed Original on Paper
JEFF GILLETTE 'Mickey Shack Beat-Up' Artist-Framed Original on Paper
JEFF GILLETTE 'Mickey Shack Beat-Up' Artist-Framed Original on Paper
JEFF GILLETTE 'Mickey Shack Beat-Up' Artist-Framed Original on Paper
JEFF GILLETTE 'Mickey Shack Beat-Up' Artist-Framed Original on Paper
JEFF GILLETTE 'Mickey Shack Beat-Up' Artist-Framed Original on Paper
JEFF GILLETTE 'Mickey Shack Beat-Up' Artist-Framed Original on Paper
JEFF GILLETTE 'Mickey Shack Beat-Up' Artist-Framed Original on Paper

JEFF GILLETTE 'Mickey Shack Beat-Up' Artist-Framed Original on Paper

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'Mickey Shack Beat-Up' by Jeff Gillette, 2022
Unique 1/1 on paper framed by the artist.
8.25 x 6.25 Inches (artwork)
13.6 x 11 x 0.6 Inches (framed)
Hand-painted gouache, pencil, watercolor, ink, charcoal and collage on archival fine art paper.
Original artwork (#1/1)
Hand-signed by the artist in graphite bottom right.
Professionally matted and framed by the artist (see photos).
Signed and titled by the artist on reverse.
Also includes original artist issued/signed COA.

ARTIST BIO

Jeff Gillette's paintings examine the aesthetic structures and visual patterns of human settlement, specifically that of shantytown style slums in India and South America. To the artist, there is something ineffable behind the obviously chaotic and desperate appearance of these places — a universality of human spirit and a strange beauty which comes out of the necessity and raw honesty of the will to survive.

Despite the seriousness of his observations, he is also aware of the ironic and amusing juxtapositions that occur when the debris of consumer culture makes itself evident in the waste stream and thus into the building blocks of shanty settlement construction. References to Disney, corporate logos, and pop icons appear here and there. His small collages reflect these ironies as well as add a playful dimension to art historical relationships.