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"Time In/ Time Out" Print

Gabriel Palma

United States

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Having had experience working in the service industry, I chose the image of two servers as the focal point, with the juxtaposition of different events surrounding them in the image. Catering servers work many different type of events and each event can bring a different emotion and trigger different feelings. The servers in this image are waiting to be clocked out of their shift, which will end yet another event that felt like a life time. The images surrounding the figures are all different times during the shift that occurred. Inside the event, outside at night, inside on break, inside going off break, waiting to be clocked in/out. This painting attempts to encapsulate all of these elements through use of color and juxtaposition.

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Print:Giclee on Canvas

Size:12 W x 16 H x 1.25 D in

Size with Frame:13.75 W x 17.75 H x 1.25 D in

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Born in the "the valley" of Los Angeles county, to a large Italian/Croatian family, I started painting when I was about 7. Painting at that point actually meant crayola markers, and using those crayola markers to mostly just draw and create my own levels to Super Mario World. Growing up, my Godfather Leonard, who was an artist himself, would take me to the Getty Museum and I remember never really leaving the Impressionist wing. I loved the idea of how the artist's took what was real everyday life, and made it eternal, just by the way they were laying on the brush strokes. To this day, I paint to try and meld my everyday reality with my imagination. I guess, for me, its the implementation of our imagination that gives art a quality that might make it hang around for a long time.

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