POP

The mantra of recreating the new really gets old but once in a while it works. I'm not sure if any value retention exists but sometimes art just looks good and isn't trying to change any boundaries. Mitch McGee is trying out layering of lazer cut plywood using Pop art images. Does it work?

 I am currently focusing on a collection using plywood that sits somewhere between painting and sculpture. I illustrate, cut, sand, stain, and assemble each piece by hand. The work consists of layered birch stacked in a way that makes sense dimensionally for the subject. There is warmth to the wood grain that is appealing. It compliments the subtle shadows created by layers of wood.

- Mitch McGee

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