A new pop art collection has been launched at Elena Bulatova Fine Art Las Vegas. The gallery now features "Candy Bars", a collection by David Mir.
The recently launched collection features artworks representing both popular candy brands and high-end fashion brands. The unique pieces may be purchased on web site and are also available online.
More information is available at https://www.elenabulatovafineart.com
With the latest announcement, art enthusiasts have the opportunity to view the latest collection of artist David Mir, originally from Los Angeles, alongside the work of other popular artists. His expertise lies in transporting everyday objects into works of art. His latest collection, featured at the gallery, is created from mixed-media resins and acrylic which are sculpted and painted.
Pop art originated in the United Kingdom and the United States during the later portion of the 1950s. The movement challenged fine art tradition by incorporating popular and mass culture imagery like comic books, advertising, and mundane mass-produced objects, such as road signs, hamburgers, or soup cans.
David Mir's new pop art collection at Elena Bulatova Fine Art Las Vegas is designed to serve as a unique conversation starter for guests of owners of the purchased pieces. A variety of colors and styles are utilized to paint the sculpted pieces of candy.
Many feature household name brands of candy mixed with high-profile fashion brands such as Chanel, Gucci, and Louis Vuitton. One such piece was inspired by an easily recognizable can of Campbell's soup. Additional artworks are modeled after people and artistic figures, such as Marilyn Monroe.
The 19" x 5" x 3" candies are now available for purchase at the gallery or online. They can either be laid horizontally or conveniently displayed atop a simplistic, white square base that is included with purchase.
A spokesperson stated: "David Mir loves the classic quote from Forrest Gump, '“My mom always said life was like a box of chocolates. You never know what you're gonna get.”' No matter what your own candy art would taste like, we know that David Mir’s artwork is something worth collecting for anyone who loves both the sentimental sweetness of childhood candies and the modern glamour of fashion icons. Their beautiful designs will make any space a little sweeter."
Interested parties can find additional details at https://www.elenabulatovafineart.com