DONALD BAECHLER

Donald Baechler is a member of the 1980s East Village art scene in New York and is often referred to as a “second generation” pop artist. Through his mixed media compositions, he combines pop images with his unique painting style, reflecting on different periods in art history in a singular work of art. Source material reflects upon contemporary, folk, classical, pop culture, and childhood. His early work has been noted for taking on a childlike persona, while his later works evolved into multimedia pieces which worked to convey the idea of the modern day adult through the use of pop imagery. His work displays kitsch and pop imagery.

Yellow Rose, 2015

28-color silkscreen on 2-ply museum board
40 x 31 in

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Red Rose, 2015

28-color silkscreen on 2-ply museum board
40 x 31 in

Blue Rose, 2015

28-color silkscreen on 2-ply museum board
40 x 31 in

Peach Rose, 2015

28-color silkscreen on 2-ply museum board
40 x 31 in

Brown Rose, 2015

28-color silkscreen on 2-ply museum board
40 x 31 in

Flowers In A Vase, 2009

9-color silkscreen with flocking on 4-ply museum board
58 x 58 in

Flower Study 1, 2009

8-color silkscreen with flocking on 2-ply museum board
32 x 32 in

Flower Study 3, 2009

8-color silkscreen with flocking on 2-ply museum board
32 x 32 in

Flower Study 2, 2009

8-color silkscreen with flocking on 2-ply museum board
32 x 32 in