At the forefront of the Pop Art movement was James Francis Gill, a Texas-born architectural designer who has caught the eye of Felix Landau – one of the most respected art dealers on the East and West coast. Once a 12-year-old San Angelo boy, painting landscapes on his living room wall, James would go on to count Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Indiana and Andy Warhol amongst his peers.
Painterly in style, James’ art transcends the parameters of Pop Art. Described by the late scholar William Seitz as an ‘incisive and startling commentator’ who art is ‘timeless and universal’, he merges iconography with startling colour. His separations of light and shadow – typic of news photographs - are inspired by magazines like Time, Life and National Geographic.
“It’s not the fame or money that makes you happy, it’s being in tune with your life and what you’re doing.”
Medium: Mixed Media
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