Friday, May 24, 2013

Dan Quintana Zero Instruments Print On Sale Today

"This painting is a solid bridge to my new work. A female figure is being taken held hostage/possession by an outside entity or quite possibly her own demons. Whether she’s taking pleasure by this situation is unknown. I am obsessed with the idea of the mind creating it’s own worlds of possession and separating the consciousness to the unconsciousness state of mind. I used oil paints on wood panel to create this piece. It will take part as the centerpiece for my upcoming show “Zero Instruments” held in San Francisco at Vanish Fine Art on May 25th." - Dan Quintana

"These (musical) devices will serve as an allegory… Our hearts and minds are a concerto of one. In this case, zero. The essence has and will always remain. Savage." Dan Quintana said of the upcoming exhibition at Vanish Fine Art.

Hailing from Los Angeles, CA, painter Dan Quintana channels a style reminiscent of the late Hieronymus Bosch, but with a modern twist. The tones, brushwork and overall technique of Quintana yield a result which pays homage to the great 13th century master, but it is his subject matter, and re-imagining of today’s “earthly delights” that puts his work in a class all of its own.

Zero Instruments is a 15 x 24 Inches Archival Pigment Print on 300gsm Museum Bright White Fine Art Paper with a signed and numbered edition of 100

On sale today at NOON EDT at

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