Beautiful work from Michael Kagen, via Colossal.
Heavily tinted blue paintings form space stations, spacesuits, and rockets just after blast. Michael Kagen paints these large-scale works to celebrate the man-made object—machinery that both protects and holds the possibility of instantly killing those that operate the equipment from the inside. To paint the large works, Kagen utilizes an impasto technique with thick strokes that are deliberate and unique, showing an aggression in his application of oil paint on linen.
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