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We Can’t Be That Far Apart

$900.00

We Can’t Be That Far Apart by Gabe Leonard

From the Desperados Series

Cinematic Figure Painting

“If the stars look so close together, we can’t be that far apart.”

Medium: Mixed Media on Canvas

Regular Edition: #1/95 – Last One! 
Signed and Numbered
Price: $900.00
Size: 30″ x 18.5″

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Gabe Leonard has a unique ability to create a moment in time for his characters and let the viewer determine how they got there and what will happen next. He says, “I tend to put them in a transitional moment. I don’t always make it obvious if something has already happened or about to happen.” In particular, he creates technically brilliant cinematic, figure paintings with a finely crafted ambience. Furthermore, Gabe brings the viewer into a world rich with cinematic atmosphere and narrative intrigue. He likes to leave the storyline of his characters up to the viewer’s imagination. For example, he lets his viewers determine the motivations and circumstances for the characters that he creates. What is your interpretation of the relationship between these two characters?

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We Can’t Be That Far Apart by Gabe Leonard

From the Desperados Series

Cinematic Figure Painting

“If the stars look so close together, we can’t be that far apart.”

Medium: Mixed Media on Canvas

Regular Edition: #1/95 – Last One! 
Signed and Numbered
Price: $900.00
Size: 30″ x 18.5″

Learn More

Gabe Leonard has a unique ability to create a moment in time for his characters and let the viewer determine how they got there and what will happen next. He says, “I tend to put them in a transitional moment. I don’t always make it obvious if something has already happened or about to happen.” In particular, he creates technically brilliant cinematic, figure paintings with a finely crafted ambience. Furthermore, Gabe brings the viewer into a world rich with cinematic atmosphere and narrative intrigue. He likes to leave the storyline of his characters up to the viewer’s imagination. For example, he lets his viewers determine the motivations and circumstances for the characters that he creates. What is your interpretation of the relationship between these two characters?

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