"Vegas Visions", by international artist Dominic Pangborn, encapsulates the excitement and enigmatic qualities of Las Vegas, portrayed through the symbolic use of the mask and the motorcycle, elements often associated with the city's vibrant nightlife and culture of escapism. The piece is a striking and vivid portrayal of a woman's face, half-concealed by a decorative masquerade mask, set against a fiery red backdrop that suggests an aura of mystery and allure. Below her, an intricately detailed motorcycle adds a touch of adventure and freedom to the composition. From the personal collection of Dominic Pangborn. The painting was a marquee painting in the artist's studio, and it was never offered to the market until now. Signed in the bottom corner. Dimensions: 24""h x 18”w (unframed). In very good condition.
World renowned artist Dominic Pangborn has been a celebrated Detroit artist for decades. In 1978 Pangborn moved to Detroit, and in 1979 he opened Pangborn Design, Ltd. Over the years, his clients included Kmart, Sears, General Motors, Chrysler, and Procter & Gamble. He expanded his studio to include locations in Chicago, New York, and Tokyo. In addition to graphic arts, he launched a line of neckwear that was sold at retailers which included Saks Fifth Avenue and Nordstrom. Along with the neckwear, Pangborn designs furniture, home accessories and textiles. Pangborn's fine art includes various media, including painting and sculpting. In July 2014, he opened a three-month-long, 60-piece retrospective exhibit of his design and art career at the Ella Sharp Museum of Art and History in Jackson, Mich. His fine art has been collected and sold around the world. He says his greatest influences are Joseph Mallord William Turner and Leonardo da Vinci.
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