Nothing Dies (for Keith)

Nothing_Dies_for_Keith_Tullio_2014
“Nothing Dies (for Keith)” – Tullio – 2014; acrylic, fluorescent and phosphorescent paint, sand and canvas; 11″ x 14″
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2 responses to “Nothing Dies (for Keith)

  1. Tara

    I really enjoy this piece because when the Reading Public Museum had Keith’s art featured in it, I loved it. In elementary school we had to draw artwork like Keith’s. In your piece here I can see the pieces of Keith’s art popping out in between the lines. I think this is a nice tribute to Keith.

  2. Carly G.

    My art teachers in middle school had talked about Keith Haring a lot. So when I found out you have worked with him on the first day of class, I found it to be really cool! From what I remember I know that Keith was known for his “cartoon colored characters” and choice of bright colors, and in this pic, I feel like I actually see some of these characters in dotted form! (One of them being at the bottom of the left hand corner with one hand on their hip). Or I just have a really big imagination…

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