The Series gets serious… sorta
This week’s intersectional art work has a number of meanings or possible interpretations. Is it a typo? Probably not. Is it a joke or something serious masked in humor? What is the deeper meaning? Is it related to the warmer weather we are seeing this week? How is it related to the image of the gun? What does the red and white background represent? Is there some hidden meaning related to gun control?
These are all elements to get you thinking.
Leave a comment below with your thoughts, feedback and ideas for the meaning of this artwork.
Limited Edition Prints of “Right 2 Bare Arms” will be available:
The intersectional art work titled “The Right to bare arms” by Wheels will be part of a limited edition print run.
Limited Edition 8 x 12 inch Prints
can be ordered using the button below.
Only 100 of these limited edition, high resolution, photo-quality 8 x 12 prints will be made and each will sell for $19.99 including standard shipping & handling within the USA. Faster, Priority Mail shipping is available in the U.S.A. and International shipping can be arranged if you are interested. Just add a note when you check out or leave a comment on this page.
BONUS 1 – box of assorted notecards
While supplies last, the first collectors who purchase this print will be sent an assortment of note cards based on other works by Wheels. There are only a few sets of art notecards left so be sure you are one of the first people to order this print.
BONUS 2 – Original 24 x 36 painting
Once all 100 limited edition prints are sold, the collector who purchases the largest number of “the right to bare arms” prints will be awarded a 24 x 36 painting of this work by Wheels. In the event of a tie, the first person to make their purchase(s) will be awarded the painting. The painting will be acrylic on canvas and signed by the artist. There will be a charge for shipping and packaging based on the location of the lucky collector.
Comments welcome !
What do you think about “the right to bare arms”? What strikes you about this work? What else would you like to see in the ICON series? Please leave a comment below and let us know your thoughts and ideas about this intersectional art work.