Each pineapple is handmade from the frame to the leaves using latex and acrylic materials through a self-developed process. About the size of a shoe box, it is the perfect accent piece to bring new life to any space.
Wood, Wire, Latex & Acrylic Substances, Acrylic Paint
14" x 9.5" x 4"
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I was born and raised in New Orleans, at a young age I took interest in local art and culture, as well as contemporary art in general. Leaving behind engineering scholarships at 19 to fully pursue my art interests, I soon booked my first exhibit in New Orleans showing colored-pencil sketches based on studies of Degas' dancers.
After these Degas studies and many others of great artists, I began pursuing a new, self-taught method that formed into the sculptural-painting and collage techniques I use today. My works using these techniques have been shown in New York, New Orleans, and Oklahoma City galleries.
Drew Cooke is a New Orleans artist living and working Uptown.
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