Charles Fazzino 26.5"x31.5" 1999 "Remembering 70s T.V" Mixed Media 3-D Graphic Art #1JN-MIA- Price Upon Request
Charles Fazzino 26.5"x31.5" 1999 "Remembering 70s T.V" Mixed Media 3-D Graphic Art #1JN-MIA- Price Upon Request
Charles Fazzino 26.5"x31.5" 1999 "Remembering 70s T.V" Mixed Media 3-D Graphic Art #1JN-MIA- Price Upon Request
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"Remembering 70's T.V" is a mixed media 3-D graphic art signed in pencil, lower right, and monoprint light blue to lower left. It comes with a certificate of Authenticity from the Museum Editions LTD.

Charles Fazzino is a well-established American pop artist known for his silkscreen serigraphs in a 3D pop art style. His artwork incorporates influence from urban landscapes, sporting events, and modern celebrities. As described in the book about Fazzino titled The Master of 3-D Pop Art, "An innovative and imaginative storyteller, Charles Fazzino serves up a bevy of details in his unique three-dimensional creations. His collectors marvel as much at his ability to capture the entire essence of his subject matter in one statement as they do at his use of vibrant colors, whimsical sense of humor, and hand-assembled multi-layered artistic style. Although the snappy title often gives a clue to each painting's content, it can take years of careful observation to discern all of the details in a single Fazzino image. One of Fazzino's greatest joys is to observe visitors at the exhibition of his work. "I love to watch the smiles form as people begin to recognize elements of my paintings," says Fazzino. "They point at the images as if inserting themselves into the stories. I watch that, and I'm reminded of why I paint. It's all about celebrating the joy and fun we have as human beings on this planet."