Bruce Horan’s Rhythm Guide and Victorine

Two new prints from PhanArtist Bruce Horan are here just in time for the holidays. Bruce has brought many great prints in the past He continues to create and develop amazing pieces of art and these two prints are no exception.

The first, Rhythm Guide, is a 2 color screenprint on olive green recycled Speckletone cover stock. This print measures 13 x 19.25 inches and costs $20 + 8 shipping. Pick one up here

About Rhythm Guide
The tiger represents leadership, strength and nobility. Here we see the tiger as a Native American Chief, a position of leadership and guidance. The tiger is now an animal guide who shares its power and wisdom with us, helping us by bringing harmony and balance into our
lives. Our tiger totes an electric guitar, focusing his powers into the rhythm and musical harmonies around us, allowing us to find our own melodies within the balanced energy that surrounds. Also, he shreds.

Victorine a 4 color screen print on French Speckletone recycled stock, 22 x 15.5, full bleed and deckled edges. Limited edition of 25. Cost is $30, with $10 shipping. Pick one up here

Victorine was Edouard Manet’s favorite model. Here we see her sitting in her famous and provocative pose from Le Dejeuner Sur L’herbe, but within a new surrounding. We have a confusing and somewhat surreal scene in which Victorine appears to be leaning upon an abstracted double-decker bus which now conforms into a new dimensional plane. From behind, a sun-crowned giraffe approaches possibly with a message, while a city scape appears from behind Van Gogh’s olive trees. The giraffe represents communication and vision into the future. Perhaps the giraffe will explain to Victorine the meaning behind her voyage into a new modern world where all objects and images undergo redefinition and a new interpretation.

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