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This painting is on a gallery wrapped canvas with finished black edges. It comes varnished and wired to hang.
This painting is on a gallery wrapped canvas with finished black edges. It comes varnished and ready to hang.
This piece takes a surreal spin on the 1970's family photograph. This piece is featured as a UGallery Staff Favorite. See it and our other favorites in the Staff Favorites collection
Art has always been a form of contemplation for Tabu. It enables him to think and be aware of things, and it helps him construct and deconstruct his thoughts and feelings toward people, objects, and events while staying non-judgmental about them. He explores the relationship we and our man-made world have with nature and the universe - physically and spiritually - and delves deeper into life's big questions. His artworks reflect such devastating natural disasters as earthquakes and tsunamis as well as our everyday grief and joy in the mundane. By illustrating the bottomless abyss of our dreams and realities, he wishes to remind people of the importance and existence of the present moment in which we only exist.