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Flying Habits

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Flying Habits

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I.A Sherazi

US$ 4,410

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2018

Oil, Ink, Watercolour, collage, on soft (Yarn, Cotton, Fabric)

Unique Work

Dimensions: 58.4cm(H) x 45.7cm(W) x 0.3cm(D) / 23.0"(H) x 18.0"(W) x 0.1"(D)

Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.

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How we change our habits and adopt something when it attracts us. Adopting habits are light but they are too heavy to reject.

The story behind this work is very interesting. In 1993 I got a piece of scrap paper where a tiny picture was printed. I picked it up and brought it at home and placed in somewhere.

After 25 years when I was looking for something I once again found it. So I repainted it in my style and done my concept.

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Born: 1974

Hometown: Pakistan

Lives and Works: Lahore

I.A sherazi , often depicts socio-economic and political themes. His experiences are different than a typical academic learner of art. He expresses the complexities and confusions, which modern age has gifted to the human being, through his art. He thinks that environmental changes, advancement in artificial intelligence, the thirst to control the world politics and economics are reasons that leading the world towards destruction.

He has tried to portray the changing of human mind, present time's social complications, and common man problems. After a long journey to get to the core of art. now he returned and want to explore his art, with a hope that probably he can change a few human fellow's minds towards a better world.

"Every ability you granted from nature is a debt on your soul if you don't use it for good." I.A sherazi.

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