Fiat 500 Red Front - Mixed media on canvas and lighting source
This is a unique piece
- Artist Casali Monica
- Category Pop paintings
Creation year 2023
- Dimensions 120 x 120 x D 4,5 cm
- Technique Acrylics and silver leaf, two-component epoxy resin, oxidized painting, and rust. Pieces of original vintage cars inserted in artwork, vitrified with resins.
The artwork includes an electrical circuit with LED bulbs. A small remote control allows you to dim the brightness of the car's headlights, creating also flashing light games.
N.B. Customization can be requested with any background color or any plate number.
The Porsche 356, owned by James Dean, a style icon loved by all vintage car collectors, simultaneously becomes a work of art and sculpture. An interactive picture that immortalizes and makes a machine immortal that made history.
This piece is handmade to order
Estimated production time: 30 days
Signed by the artist
This work includes the artist's signature
Regular price € 3.500
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Self-made artist, Monica's creations result from her passion for Pop Art. She loves to put herself in discussion and does new experiments every time. Monica started with Warhol style portraits, mixed media abstract, and ethnic paintings.
All these techniques had created her style, beginning with the series of Vespa Special, the Fiat 500, and all the Vintage cars painted on a big canvas, defined with resin, and put to a new life with the insert of original working car parts. Switch on the lights! The collaboration with Cà d'Oro Art Gallery sends Monica's works overseas. Miami, New York, Tokyo.
Monica now collaborates with the Canova art group site in Rome, Milan, and New York. You can find her artwork permanently in Rome Parioli at Flamant.