Andrew Hem's 'Cold Water' paintings are sure to give art lovers the chills with their Arctic charm. The paintings will be featured in the LeBasse Projects' latest exhibit, which opens up on July 16.
My Modern Metropolis quoted the LeBasse Projects description of the Andrew Hem's 'Cold Water' paintings, writing, "the new paintings explore the feeling of isolation we get when removed from those close to us – and the ensuing personal darkness that follows. As the viewer progresses through the paintings we can see how Hem emerges from those dark places and finds the road back to happiness."
Implications - As an interesting contrast to the steamy summer months, product promotions, artwork and other graphics that use chilly imagery are seen as refreshing. Andrew Hem's latest artwork can be used as an example of how companies can contrast the seasons to intrigue consumers.
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