See You, Do You See Me by Barry Hantman
mixed media assemblage, scrap wood, mirrored glass, paint
11 x 15 inches
Year Created: 2020
“This piece was created in 2020 during COVID and The Black Lives Matter Movement. The colors are black/white, the mirror brings the viewer into the piece.”
Artist’s Connection to Theme: This piece was influenced by George Floyd's death and the Black Lives Matter Movement.
Image Description: Assemblage of wood cut into various shapes, including two stars and one heart. The left half of the work is painted white with a black star. The right half is painted black with a white star. The red heart sits on the line between the two halves. There is a mirror in the center.
Barry Hantman attended Philadelphia College for a BFA in ceramics/jewelry making. Then he graduated school at the Tyler School of Art with an MFA in ceramics/jewelry making. Barry taught in the Fine Arts Department at Adrian College. He worked for the State of New Jersey, continued making art with black smithing, fused glass, and mixed media assemblages.
Frame: Ready to hang on the wall.
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