If you want to be both inspired and challenged by the newest frontiers of recycled art, visit Elena Bulatova Fine Art in Las Vegas! They are now exhibiting California-based Israeli artist Efi Mashiah’s latest collection of artwork.
Elena Bulatova Fine Art understands that true art is both a thing of beauty and something which holds the power to make us think differently and reconsider familiar images.
That’s why the fine art gallery and dealer located in Las Vegas, Nevada, have now acquired California-based Israeli artist Efi Mashiah’s most recent collection, titled ‘Pennies’. The collection, which is now available to interested buyers, features large scaled representations of iconic faces comprised entirely of pennies.
Go to https://www.elenabulatovafineart.com to find out more.
The release of Efi Mashiah’s new collection, a collection which makes characteristic use of recycled materials, coincides with the peak in popularity of the recycled art movement that has been witnessed during 2021.
As the commentary presented by the movement on the waste associated with late capitalism has become increasingly relevant throughout this challenging year, Efi Mashiah hopes to reveal to you the enduring value of an item which is often overlooked, and is now in many ways considered defunct.
His appropriation of an everyday or found item also signals the kind of quotidian beauty which we often miss in a society fixated on the consumption and quick disposal of new things.
Mashiah’s penny artworks reveal themselves differently as you change perspective. From afar they present an image of singular clarity, but as you inspect them more closely they offer you a level of intricate nuance and detail held by each single penny.
Amongst the range of famous faces which you can now purchase, the artist has recreated Marilyn Monroe, Elvis Presley, Twiggy, John Lennon and Mona Lisa.
‘Pennies’ represents a new step in Mashiah’s development as an artist whilst building on the now highly-praised three-dimensional style witnessed in prior collections including ‘Let’s Paint’, ‘Screw Art Boards’, ‘Peaceful Brand Bullets’ and ‘Lenticular Prints’.
Mashiah has been a practicing artist and designer for more than 20 years and he has been exhibiting with Elena Bulatova Fine Art for many of those years.
Elena Bulatova Fine Art is a prominent gallery in the Las Vegas art scene. They have been featured widely in Vogue, Vanity Fair and the New York Post.
You can view Mashiah’s full collection online or in person at the gallery.
Mashfiah said of his latest collection and his raison d’être as an artist, “My artwork is a tribute to ordinary American families and the blue-collar work ethic that binds the heart of the United States.”
Thought-provoking art like this can both be admired for its beauty and can also start a conversation.
If you would like to learn more about Mashfia’s art visit https://www.elenabulatovafineart.com and consider how his work could enrich your own collection.