Acrylic & Aerosol on Canvas
31 x 50 x 1.5 in
Signed on Lower Right
“'Procession' is a celebration of color, form and human resilience. The piece engages actively with the viewer, utilizing unique angles and impactful color combinations to construct a 3D perspective. As with many of his other paintings, Osgood includes several hidden messages in 'Procession,' such as in the bottom left corner, which reads, “The point at which it ends.” Osgood stated that a large inspiration for the piece was human endurance and solidarity, citing the positive energy of the New Orleans community after Hurricane Katrina as an object of great admiration. The visual landscape features lines crossing paths, symbolizing the intersection of people’s lives together, while the small details that comprise the painting indicate the power of collectivity." —Luna Khalil, The Daily Californian. Read the article!
This work was included in John Osgood's "In Plain Sight" solo exhibition at Voss Gallery (May 20 - June 20, 2020). View install images of the exhibition.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Learn more about John Osgood and his unique urban art style.
HANGING & CARE
Artwork is ready to hang on the wall; hanging wire is secured on the back (nail and hook needed; 25 lb picture hanger advised). Dust with a microfiber cloth to clean.