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Art: New Yorker Magazine Painting original by Artist Nancy Denommee
I always hate to get rid of the New Yorker magazine when I have squeezed every bit of readable material out of it. The covers are always so fantastic that I have started keeping them. I came up with a solution for the pages by using them as pieces in my paintings. In this one I cut the building shapes out of pages, attached them to a wrapped triangular canvas and painted them with acrylic paint. I added windows, trees and used dimensional paint for the marquee of a theater. This canvas has one inch sides and I have painted a road on the two top edges with taxis driving along it. The cabs have theater advertising on top that I have cut from the "what's on" section of the magazine. This piece will stand by itself for display or can be hung as is without a frame. Just suspend the back of the canvas from a small nail.

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Detail Image for art New Yorker Magazine Painting original

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Detail Image for art New Yorker Magazine Painting original

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