Children of the 80′s (like me) will most likely get a pang of nostalgia when looking at Andy Denzler’s paintings. They resemble the still frames on a TV screen when one pauses a VHS tape.
Love the black and white ones…
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Fascinating images. Thanks for sharing them.
You’re very welcome! I love when painters place great effort into featuring something most of us look past or never think twice about.
It was always a bit spooky when the VHS tapes did this, making the images look like the work above. How spooky to have a piece hanging forever frozen on a wall.
I agree. I watched a lot of horror and sci-fi growing up and the paused images were, at times, more haunting than what was taking place in the film.
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