Pop Art by Ronald Hunter

4th October 2018

Ronald Hunter and Pop Art

Ronald Hunter is a versatile artist, with an oeuvre that encompasses different – abstract and modern – styles. But despite his versatility, he still manages to have a ‘signature’ style that is easy to recognize.

Ronald has, in addition to abstract art, a true love for Pop Art. We want to know more, and ask Ronald where his fascination for Pop Art comes from.

Ronald: “As long as I can remember, I am drawn to Pop Art. I like that it’s such a pronounced art form. Reality is not what it seems and is even placed in a entirely different light. Specifically the way in which Pop Artists succeed in pulling every day objects out of context, enlarge and exagerate it. While as a viewer, you are often misled.” 

Ronald tells us that Pop Art always evokes in him a positive response:

“I see it as a wink to the world, and to me it always triggers something friendly. It is refreshing, and it probably doesn’t come as a surprise that I am a fan of the vibrant colors Pop Artists use.”

Colors that Pop!

 

Ronald: “Although I would never consider myself a Pop Artist like Warhol or Koons, I am inspired by their creations.” 

With this in mind, you will notice Ronald uses neon and contrasting colors a lot, as well as large typography and stunning portraits.

Have a look at his latest artwork, ‘Neon Pop Colors’ (90x90cm). A vibrant piece with colors that ‘pop’ of the canvas. This original painting is available (incl. frame) in our shop.

An important part of his collection are the Pop Art Portraits. Read here if you want to learn more about his portraits.

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