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Roy Cranes and Living Towers - Eli Stevick

800.00
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Roy Cranes and Living Towers - Eli Stevick

800.00

2013

Original Artwork

Pen, Pencil, Acrylic on Wood Panel

61 x 122 cm (2ft x 4ft)

Shipped from Michigan, USA by the artist.

Certificate of Authenticity included.

ABOUT ELI STEVICK

Eli grew up in the United States in Cement City, Michigan. He later moved to Ypsilanti where he completed his BFA in Printmaking and Sculpture at Eastern Michigan University. Eli creates images because of his desire to create worlds.  His work is based on personal absurdist narratives - he starts his art-making process with writing. The relationships created by this narrative are an exaggerated model for the conflicts that exist within his own personality. 

These narratives eventually led to a performance project that Eli calls "The Church of COTU and the Super Genius." where he preaches on a soapbox in a broad striped suit while passing out “free knowledge” in the form of a pamphlet. The content uses metaphors based on linguistics, physics, and determinism. He continues exploring narratives such as this in film and guerrilla theatre while his 2D and 3D works have become less specific. Eli aims to maintain a small degree of ambiguity to allow his work to have potential for multiple interpretations.

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2013

Original Artwork

Pen, Pencil, Acrylic on Wood Panel

61 x 122 cm (2ft x 4ft)

Shipped from Michigan, USA by the artist.

Certificate of Authenticity included.

ABOUT ELI STEVICK

Eli grew up in the United States in Cement City, Michigan. He later moved to Ypsilanti where he completed his BFA in Printmaking and Sculpture at Eastern Michigan University. Eli creates images because of his desire to create worlds.  His work is based on personal absurdist narratives - he starts his art-making process with writing. The relationships created by this narrative are an exaggerated model for the conflicts that exist within his own personality. 

These narratives eventually led to a performance project that Eli calls "The Church of COTU and the Super Genius." where he preaches on a soapbox in a broad striped suit while passing out “free knowledge” in the form of a pamphlet. The content uses metaphors based on linguistics, physics, and determinism. He continues exploring narratives such as this in film and guerrilla theatre while his 2D and 3D works have become less specific. Eli aims to maintain a small degree of ambiguity to allow his work to have potential for multiple interpretations.