2013

Doppelganger (diptych) sold

Doppelganger (diptych)
sold

At Length the Man Perceive it Die Away, and Fade Into the Light of Common Day

At Length the Man Perceive it Die Away, and Fade Into the Light of Common Day

Contemplating A World Clear as Water

Contemplating A World Clear as Water

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Tiger/Tiger $4000

Tiger/Tiger
$4000

Medusa (after Caravaggio)  $1200

Medusa (after Caravaggio)
$1200

Aquatic Nocturne (diptych)  $1500

Aquatic Nocturne (diptych)
$1500

Fizzle-Pop!  ($750)

Fizzle-Pop!
($750)

The Sun Dissolves  (sold)

The Sun Dissolves
(sold)

Doppelganger (diptych) sold

Doppelganger (diptych)
sold

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3 Responses to 2013

  1. Please tell me more about Tiger Tiger: size, media, ideas, methods, etc.

    It is GORGEOUS !

    • jacobmkelley says:

      Hi Priscilla!
      Tiger/Tiger is made of acrylic and latex paint, epoxy resin, and oil based ink on aluminum di-bond panel. It is 48″ tall and 72″ long. The actual aluminum panel is 1/8 inch thick (so very thin) it is supported by a wooden cradle in back so it floats off the wall about a half inch (very sleek). It is also relatively light for its size. I started by drawing one tiger on a piece of clear plastic, I then flipped that drawing and traced it again on another clear sheet. I then combined the two and projected them onto the aluminum panel. I then spooned the latex into the double tiger drawing as best I could and added magenta printer ink. I then sprayed it with water in strategic places and tilted the panel up. after the painting was done I covered it in epoxy resin (a very glossy/glassy substance) which really revitalizes the color. I then drew on top of the epoxy with silver ink reacting to the paint below (most tedious part). I am interested in doubles/twins/doppelgangers. I am glad you like it and thanks for letting me know!
      best,
      Jake Kelley

    • jacobmkelley says:

      By the way, I absolutely love your work! Would love to show with you sometime if possible.
      Look me up if your ever Tennessee way!

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