Details:

In this painting, the artist renders a refrigerator as if seen with X-ray vision, its inner skeleton and edible contents made visible.
Unframed
Signed

① Artwork:

Put your home where your groceries were where your kids are

Alexandra Noel's work frequently incorporates domestic objects, such as the refrigerator in this painting on panel. By rendering the household appliance as if largely transparent, the refrigerator is made surreal and allows the viewer to see the edible contents within. Its skeletal composition also highlights the strong lines and sweeping curves of its inner architecture.

Specs:

7 inches
8 inches

③ Artist:

Alexandra Noel

Los Angeles-based Alexandra Noel paints fantastical image assemblages that blend the surreal and the familiar. Her compact panels explore the relationship between the body and handheld devices by cropping and resizing images. In her work, domestic objects and other commonplace elements are often placed in imaginary settings and tragic scenarios.

Alexandra Noel:
Put your home where your groceries were where your kids are, 2019
Oil and enamel on panel
8.0 × 7.0 inches /
Alexandra Noel:
Put your home where your groceries were where your kids are, 2019
Oil and enamel on panel
8.0 × 7.0 inches /