As technology makes it easier for the world to connect, conversely we are becoming more disconnected. We lost something when the world began looking down, instead of looking at one another. We’ve ceased to see each other as complete human beings with feelings and emotions and more as bits and pieces of a perceived life. We are becoming a socially inept and callous society, unable to interact with one another unless it is through 3″ x 6″ screens.
- : Painting
- : Stretched Canvas
- : Acrylic
- : No
- : yes
- : Signed on Front
- : 2018
- : Rochester, New York, United States
- : 24"w x 30"h x .75"d
- : The connection that we are losing to one another due to a growing reliance on technology for our connectivity to the world.
- : Unless we make a conscious effort to grow socially, exponentially to the growth of technology, the human race may lose what it means to be human.
- : My art is priced on a per square inch basis based on my history of sales, expertise and recognition in the art world.
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