Greetings Art Lovers,
We’re all family here. Whether you peruse UGallery or prefer browsing Paperwork, the artists on both sites make one awesomely creative unit. Mario Sughi, or Nerosunero, is a Paperwork patriarch. His newest addition, “Family of Immigrants,” is a tribute to the UGallery and Paperwork community.
In “Family of Immigrants,” Mario hits home with his Kundera-like satire and pop flairs indicative of David Hockney. The three members of this family stand together with pride. They are confident in their identity despite the mish-mash of cultural symbols surrounding them (local food, a newspaper, a samovar, a flag, and a church belfry in the city’s skyline).
For Mario, this piece is more than a social commentary. “Family of Immigrants” makes a visual impact with its “space, the sequence of colors and a sense of quietness all around and a sense of elegance.”
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