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Looking for Trouble by Michael Blessing

Featured Work:
LOOKING FOR TROUBLE

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38"w x 24"h.  $450





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"Looking for Trouble" by Michael Blessing

LOOKING FOR TROUBLE
by Michael Blessing

Say the word “gunfight” and images of dusty streets, cold steel and haggard men with narrowed, unblinking eyes beneath wide brimmed hats, fill the mind. And no stand-off worth its weight in celluloid could occur without an over-scored and warmly lit “Heroes’ Walk” to set the tone for the reckoning to come.

Blessing’s Looking for Trouble is the next installment in his ever-expanding vision of the Neon West. With Neon Gunslingers, Michael Blessing introduced a contemporary/pop vision of the iconic Western, painted with the color and radiance of neon gas. Here, Blessing revitalizes the image of the Earps’ and Doc Holliday’s legendary walk across Tombstone in the days when reputations were made for those known to be dangerous with a gun. 

"Looking for Trouble" by Michael Blessing

Sizing & Pricing:

MasterWork™
Fine Art Giclèe Canvas:

Limited to 45 s/n.
38"w x 24"h.  $450


Previous Featured Work:

"Whiskey Before Breakfast" by Michael Blessing

Previous Featured Work:

"Raising the Bar" by Michael Blessing

Michael Blessing

About Michael Blessing

Michael Blessing spent his formative years in rural Montana, surrounded by the land, the people, and the usual conglomeration of machinery.  After pursuing a Master's degree in Music Arts, he spent the next thirty years owning and running two recording studios and working in the music industry in the areas of performance, engineering, and recording.  

A self taught artist working in oil, Michael is primarily compelled by the shapes within a composition. Having discovered an initial inclination toward figurative painting, he favors a candid view of his subjects, often depicting unexpected everyday moments and emotions that are universally relevant.  As a rule, Michael is drawn to strong compositions, vibrant color, and bold lines.  His figurative work and paintings of vintage Western nostalgia are widely appealing and have an edgy quality that is both contemporary and timeless.


 


 

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