DeBerry Visual Arts

The Cubicle . 18×24 . Oil on Canvas

What started out as a rather avant-garde art movement has become one of the greatest examples of artistic forms breaking that mold of convention, revolutionizing European painting and sculpture up to the present.

First developed between 1908 and 1912 during a collaboration between Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso with influences from the works of Paul Cezanne and African Tribal Art, though the movement itself was not long-lived, it began an immense creative explosion that has had long lasting repercussions.

“THE CUBICLE” (pictured here) is composed of distinct superimposed parts. These painted parts are characterized by brighter colors and distinct geometric shapes combined to create the solitary figure. Similar to collage in practice, but very much a different style.

I hope you enjoy this creation as much as I enjoyed creating it.

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