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Minnesota Original MNO McNulty Watch my Minnesota Original segment which aired on TPT Twin Cities.
arte show matera italy I exhibited two paintings in the Arte Internazionale Exhibition in Matera, Italy curated by Pino Nicolleti. Click here to read more about it and watch the news clip.
setai fifth avenue hotel nyc There are 206 of my archival pigment prints (30x30") throughout the corridors of the Setai Fifth Avenue Hotel in Midtown Manhattan.
art takes times square My painting Stallion was displayed on a huge digital screen in Times Square and will be included in an upcoming hardcover book.
My painting Shiver was used in a national Blue M&Ms Ad which ran in many major magazines.
Midland Country Club (Michigan) commissioned 10 diptychs measuring 30x60" which are currently displayed in their suites.
   



 

Contemporary Paintings Blue Orange

Contemporary Paintings Blue Orange Art Stallion

Stallion
Shawn McNulty ©2012
Acrylic and Pumice on Canvas
40 x 40"
gallery wrapped canvas with painted sides, 1½" deep
SOLD

This painting is available as an archival pigment print giclee on paper or canvas.
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"Stallion incorporates my signature horizontal band along with the blue and orange complementary color scheme that I find very comfortable and powerful. The multicolored area within the horizontal band is collaged paint skins that I peeled off my palette knives. I ended up flipping this piece upside down after it was completed, and this is the only time it's happened after completion. I was having a discussion with an artist in my studio building, and we felt that the composition worked better this way, though it still worked the other way."

 

 

 

 


 


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