Tag Archives: contemporary art

You Choose – color or black & white

What do you think? Should this artwork use color or simply leave it as black & white?  Leave a comment below with your thoughts, feedback and ideas on how this artwork should be done. You Choose !   Limited Edition Prints of [Chosen One] will be available: The intersectional art work by Wheels that is […]

Crinkle Filled 1 – How about a better name?

This reminded me of a crinkled piece of paper … … but it doesn’t really work as a title for this week’s intersectional art work.  What do you see as the meaning(s) or possible interpretations?  I have another version that has green added, but I prefer to stick to the primary colors.  What do you […]

Icon Series – “How Many” by Wheels

The Series gets serious… again This week’s intersectional art work is again related to guns.  What do you see as the meaning(s) or possible interpretations?  What is the deeper meaning? What do the dots on the right represent?  Bullets?  Something else?  Can you see the connection to history? These are just some elements to get […]

Icon Series – “Right to bare arms” by Wheels

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 […]

FlagUSA by Wheels

FLAGUSA by Wheels is an excellent example of multi-layered intersectional art.  The background fields of various colors are offset by white intersectional art components.  The 50 stars are each unique and while it was not conceived this way, the overall effect is that there are 50 bullet holes shot from the backside of the flag. […]

Religion by Wheels

Limited Edition Prints of “Religion” are available: Happy Easter!  That must have been the inspiration behind this work, right?  But why is it just in black & white?  Is it a commentary on how religion can clarify the “shades of grey” in our world?  Or does the black and white symbolize the people who are […]

Intersectional Artwork by Wheels —–_____ Title__It’s Not Luck 2015

In honor of St.Patrick’s day, this piece includes the artist’s reflections on a number of iconic Irish images. The title, It’s Not Luck, also connotes the artist’s belief that we make our own luck and a statistically rare extra leaf doesn’t give someone more luck.   Limited Edition Prints of “It’s Not Luck” are available: […]

Intersectional Art Definitions

Many people ask what category does the “NoteWordy Art by Wheels” fall into? Is it Contemporary Art?  Abstract Art?  Or just plain ol’ colorful wall decoration? It is actually something called “Intersectional Art”. What is Intersectional Art?  Are there different versions? Imagine you drew a figure 8 or a clover leaf shape.  Now at each […]