The use of flowers in pop art is a recurring theme, but often approached differently by artist. This week at Guy Hepner we are offering a selection of floral inspired works by pop artists.
Warhol’s flowers offer a a subtle repetition, with the varying feature being the color story. Haring’s Flowers offer a playfulness, reminding the viewer of a childhood nostalgia for coloring. Lichtenstein’s flowers stick to his cartoon-like signature style, including dots and lines. Lastly, Hockney’s SUMO book, published by Taschen, accompanied by a Lilac Flowers iPad drawing brings viewers into his changing process and style, and use of digital media to create a desired effect.