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Markus Pierson Masquerade 37x25 Serigraph Print

Artist:  Markus Pierson

Title:  Masquerade

Limited Edition print on paper

37″ tall x 25″ wide

Signed by artist

$1,000.00

Artist:  Markus Pierson

Title:  Masquerade

Limited Edition print on paper

37″ tall x 25″ wide

Signed by artist

 

whimsical coyotes masquerade party art print

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Artist Statement

The coyote series was born in 1986 after hearing the Joni Mitchell song Coyote.

Artist Bio

Inspired by a Joni Mitchell song called “Coyote”, Markus Pierson explores the motif of the coyote in paintings, drawings, mixed-media sculpture, hand-pulled serigraphs, and found object assemblage. “I want the coyotes to whisper in their ears wild, irresponsible notions about self-determination and destiny,” he says. “I want them to grab people by the scruffs of their necks, to inspire them, to change their lives.” Channeling the rugged individualism, fearlessness, and solitude of the coyote’s life, Pierson’s often-humorous images juxtapose anthropomorphic coyotes amidst vast rural landscapes with semi-autobiographical inspirational text. Later in his career, Pierson has incorporated political subtexts in his ever-evolving coyote series. Continue reading on artist page

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