Debohra Cauchi Original Artwork
Superheroes Unite

Superheroes Unite by Deborah Cauchi

£495.00

Deborah Cauchi’s “Superheroes Unite”

Original Oil on Canvas Board

Additional Information

Artist

Deborah Cauchi

Image Size

29.5″ x 29.5″

Framed Size

36″ x 26″

Medium

Original Oil On Canvas Board

Availability

Available

Product Description

Superheroes Unite by Deborah Cauchi

Thor Odinson is the current king of Asgard, a founding member of the Avengers, and the God of Thunder. When all his irresponsible behavior threatened his homeland, he was stripped of his power and banished by his father Odin to Earth. While exiled on Earth, Thor learned humility, found love in Jane Foster, and helped to save his new friends from a destructive threat sent by his jealous adoptive brother Loki. In the process, Thor redeemed himself in the eyes of his father and was granted access to his power once more which he used to defeat Loki’s schemes of genocide.

Deborah is a figurative artist who has a “healthy” obsession with Lego and vintage toys; inspiration comes from her own experiences relating to human emotions and memories of childhood.

She likes to take that long forgotten or much loved object and give it a moment in the spotlight. Paint is applied both figuratively and abstractly. Whilst all her paintings are representational, they are not limited to a particular style and the experimentation of the paint plays a major role in her art.

“Working primarily in oils my paintings are inspired by the human figure, portraiture and my love of nostalgic imagery. I take inspiration from vintage magazines, adverts and items from days gone by and through my work I explore deeply personal, psychological issues and emotional responses to contemporary life, I also draw on my own experiences relating to human emotions and memories of childhood. Paint is applied both figuratively and abstractly. Whilst all my paintings are representational, they are not limited to a particular style and the experimentation of the paint plays a major role in my art.” – Deborah Cauchi