Raw Street Art – Miami Style A. Mor.

This piece is uncooked-RAW.  It has no specific form yet follows line of sight.  As a Miami Artist, this was inspired from the differences in population, variances of the culture, and just the raw talent that surrounds the city as we explore the town walls.  At the same time it holds a dark meaning as we contrast the old and the new, the possibility that chivalry is dead, and it cries out from the suffocation of the overwhelming dark forces that dominate the minds and souls of those who enable this movement which is plaguing modern men.

"Chivalry IS Dead"

“Chivalry IS Dead”

This piece measures 28″ tall by 4 feet across and is done on canvas using a variety of materials making this a true mixed media work of art. (Unframed).  Best displayed under a medium or soft light (could be colored if preferred, but looks great with white light) to accent the interesting grooves used, enhancing the effects within the work.

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The Last Cube

The Last Cube ASM A. Mor. Art 2013 Copyright

This is the transition of styles from one to another.  The Cube represents the Universe in it’s entirety and is suspended amongst the different forces that pull, push, expand, support, deteriorate, and are all around everything.  It’s the “Last Cube” piece of this series.

It measures 31″ by 31″ and has golden rich tones with dark highlights and looks breathtaking under a soft spotlight hung above it at the 12 o’clock position.  Signed in the back to hang and frame at the owner’s choice.  Currently standing in the originally painted posture.

Birth of The Solar Panel

A. Mor Art Copyright 2013 _ All rights reserved.

A. Mor Art Copyright 2013 _ All rights reserved.

Birth of The Solar Panel is a moment

of time when energy could be harnessed from

the sun in reusable power panels.

It is painted in a soft spirit of media and embraces tones that in different types of lighting, such as the daily flux of brightnesses, it changes.

A. Mor Art Copyright 2013 _ All rights reserved.

A. Mor Art Copyright 2013 _ All rights reserved.

This painting measures 31.25″ by 23.25″ and is acrylic in a satin tone, with textured media such as forms of tar, perfect for accentuation of darks and lights, a soft blend of shadows and highlights.

Pods and Nets

Copyright 2012-2013 A.S.M. All Rights Reserved.

Copyright 2012-2013 A.S.M. All Rights Reserved.

Puzzle beams emanate from the bottom of vessels in what looks to be two cubes floating in dark space.  The theory of nets, which is explained in the explanation of cubes and symbols post, is present in this artwork.  Not only do we see the “mother ship” of a net,  the cube, but we see two pods with a beam of net patterns coming down from each one.

The piece measure 20″ X 16″ and is acrylic with top coat of varnish for sealant and protective finish.