Posts Tagged ‘Wood & Steel’

PAINTING | “Bonus Level”

Posted by Jimmy Danko on December 7, 2014 in painting, Wood & Steel | No Comments

“Bonus Level” was created with oils on hand-chiseled plywood, and stenciled spray paint on oxidized steel. The painting consists of three sections (Atari cartridges and cropped Bonus Level middle section) held together by 1/8 inch thick steel brackets. The back is stained, varnished and includes a keyhole slot cut out of maple for hanging. To […]

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PAINTING | “Flamethrower”

Posted by Jimmy Danko on March 27, 2014 in painting | No Comments

“Flamethrower” was created with oils on hand-chiseled plywood, and stenciled spray paint on oxidized steel. The painting consists of four sections (soldier and cropped Asteroids video game logo) held together by 1/8 inch thick steel brackets. The back is stained, varnished and includes a keyhole slot cut out of maple for immediate hanging. To enquire […]

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PAINTING | “Binoculars”

Posted by Jimmy Danko on February 16, 2014 in painting | No Comments

Throughout the course of last year I had some fun experimenting with metal and decided to start a collection of smaller paintings made out of wood and steel as a supplement to my larger Retrograde Series. My goal is to release 1 or 2 of these a month throughout the year, and this is the […]

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