Pop Art(31 items)
Welcome to Novica's Pop Art and Freestyle Paintings Gallery! We hope you enjoy exploring our collection below:
"The reason I chose Fine Arts was that it makes me see things in a positive way, it helps me see the beauty of things, and to be more concentrated at work."
Popular Pop Art
Colorful Beetle Car Pop Art Print from Brazil, "Beetles"$39.99
Evoking classic American pop art, this print by Brazilian artist Ricardo Siccuro pays homage to the iconic Volkswagen Beetle. The Beetle is portrayed in a variety of vibrant colors, from neon to pastel, framed against different colorful backgrounds on a grid. in Portuguese.
Signed Black and White Cubist Painting of Elephants, "Baby and Mom"$177.99
Against a floral background, a mother and child elephant walk together in this amazing painting from Thailand. Surangrat paints his subjects in profile using a cubist style, filling the shape of each elephant with intricate floral, dot, and wave motifs that result in a tastefully modern piece of home decor.
Brazilian Original Acrylic Painting of Pineapples on Canvas, "Pineapple"$309.99
Pineapples, or in Portuguese, in various shapes, colors, and sizes take center stage in this Brazilian Pop art style painting. Each individual pineapple is portrayed within its own rectangular quadrant highlighted by vibrant, almost neon hues. Inspired by the unique form and taste of tropical pineapples, Bia Ribas works in acrylics to create this playful and imaginative painting.
Signed Painting of Blue Maize from Guatemala, "Planting Life"$309.99
In a traditional folk art style, an ear of Guatemalan maize stands front and center in this painting by Diego Coche. He works diligently to capture every detail of the classic vegetable, shining in the light with rich blue hues. This painting brings the culture and spirit of Guatemala to any home.
Titled "Siembras de vida" in Spanish.
Novica's pop art paintings are characterized by a powerful use of color, such as Ida Ratna Ningrum's intense green paintings portraying the beautiful Indonesia. Pairat uses bold colors for his nude paintings of the legendary beauty of Lanna women, the historic kingdom in northern Thailand. In Ghana, Felix Armah Arkutu shares the wisdom in the Ashanti people's Adinkra symbols through pop art stylizations in his dance paintings.