In the spring of 2016, the art world’s obsession with “minimalism” began to fade, as it was largely replaced by “artistic” in a trend-driven art world.
A few artists in the art-world establishment — including Jackson’s father — were quick to capitalize on the trend, however, and began painting their work on Instagram.
This trend, dubbed “post-minimalistic,” has since spread across the internet.
The trend has become so prevalent that it’s now a major trend in American and international pop culture.
This article explains why Jackson and Pollock have such a strong relationship.
The artist and his father, Jackson Charles Pollock, were both born in Chicago, Illinois in 1956.
The two met while working as art students at the University of Illinois at Chicago, and became friends.
While the two were still working in the studio, they began to create an art collection in which each painting would be a collection of one single element: a photograph.
Pollock began painting the images in a way that was not “artistically” inspired, which was a step up from what most people were used to seeing in traditional paintings.
“I was still making these drawings with the camera in my hand, but now I was making them with the idea of what a painting looks like when it’s not made from a photograph,” Pollock told the New York Times in a 2014 interview.
The idea behind the collection of photographs was to “make the viewer’s mind wander,” according to the artist.
This inspired Pollock to create a series of “painting-in-progress” pieces, in which the viewer is guided through the process of creating a new piece.
“I was trying to get out of this routine,” Pollocks said in the interview.
“This is what I was going to do.”
Pollock also said that he was inspired by a particular painting he saw on a museum wall.
“There was a portrait of a woman in a dress, which I knew looked like the same picture as that one that had been hanging on a wall,” Pollack told the Times.
This painting inspired the collection that would eventually become his “Painting in Progress.”
As Pollock started to paint more, his fascination with “painters’ works” started to grow.
Pollack said that “there’s a certain feeling of ‘this is my own little piece’ that you can’t get from any other painting.”
He said that his work is “very, very different from most paintings, even the work of some great artists.”
While many of his pieces were “just one piece of art,” Pollick’s “Paining in Progress” is a “continuous process.”
Pollocks “Painings in Progress”—which consists of nine pieces of art—were commissioned by artists who have not made an art piece before, such as Naughty Boy’s Joe Strummer, and are based on actual scenes and images from real people.
Pollocks painting is “a very specific type of work, and it has an underlying, emotional quality to it,” according To Kill A Mockingbird’s Richard Linklater.
But while Pollock may have created a new style of art in 2017, his father’s “painwork” and his son’s art is not the same.
Jackson Pollocks art is a work that “is meant to be seen and experienced through the lens of a child.”
JackSON is a child, and his work isn’t meant to reflect the age of the artist or his audience.
In addition to his father and artist, JackSON’s “Artwork” has an African American background.
While the painting is meant to make the viewer “step away from the world,” JackSON said that the artwork is meant “to be experienced through a child’s eyes.”
In the video above, JackSons artwork is displayed at the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C. His father, also a musician, works with the artist in a similar way, though he also has a different way of looking at things.
When asked what he thinks about the art and “pain” that JackSON has created, the artist replied that he thinks of his artwork as “a part of a larger history.”
“The way that this work has been presented has allowed me to think about what I see as an entire history of black people’s art, of art, and the fact that it was not always about art but more about people.
The way that it has been approached has allowed my perspective to be taken on.
It’s a part of an ongoing conversation that has been going on in this country and in this world for the last 40 years.”
Photo Credits: JackSons painting is an example of “a continuous process,” JackSon said.