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Hilary White’s Three Dimensional Psychedelic Paintings

Philadelphia artist Hilary White works with hand cut wood and various paint mediums to make art with unusual layers and combinations. Imaginatively depicted waterfalls and animals take on a three dimensional quality and pop out from the wall. Without hesitation she incorporates materials such as wood, acrylic sheets, oil and acrylic paints, aerosol paints, and glitter. White's large-scale sculptural paintings are bursting with attention getting new wave day-glo psychedelic colors reminiscent of the classic retro pop culture of the 80s. See more after the jump!

Philadelphia artist Hilary White works with hand cut wood and various paint mediums to make art with unusual layers and combinations. Imaginatively depicted waterfalls and animals take on a three dimensional quality and pop out from the wall. Without hesitation she incorporates materials such as wood, acrylic sheets, oil and acrylic paints, aerosol paints, and glitter. White’s large-scale sculptural paintings are bursting with attention getting new wave day-glo psychedelic colors reminiscent of the classic retro pop culture of the 80s.







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