San Francisco-based artist Michelle Fleck presents a compelling message in her minimalistic acrylic paintings. Presenting the damaged natural environment, Fleck's work is influenced by everyday life in the city. Through the portrayal of nature trapped within construction and neglect, she makes a strong statement about how human culture is driven by newness and consumption.
On the artist's website, Fleck describes her paintings "as snapshots of an ongoing cycle of wear and replacement, showing our constant reinvention of the landscape around us, and the marks we leave upon it." Fleck intelligently handles the environmental theme with a keen sense of awareness that the relationship between man and landscape has been dealt with so many times before. To stand apart, her acrylic paintings use a cartoonish realism that resonates with viewers.
Dystopian Nature Paintings
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