"Post-mortem in Blues and Greys"
Oil on Canvas
Andrew Pagana has found solace from the harsh realities of life by turning to painting, a medium he says he has the most independence with, "except for some very opinionated friends". He suffers from depression, likes corned beef hash, is afraid of the dark, owls, ghosts and being contented.
On occasion, he leaves his artwork on trees, posts and telephone poles for people to find and collect. He's known for painting a series of vintage teddy bears but has recently began a series of darker themed images, like the ones above, that have been haunting him.
Videos of Andrew painting:
Submitted to RELISH VOL. 2