say maybe - 24 x 16 inch edition
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- release date: august 25th, 2023
- size: 24 x 16 Inches / 60.96 x 40.64 cm
- archival pigment print on 290 archival fine art paper
- edition size: 12
hand-signed by carly chaikin with certificate of authenticity from carly chaikin, moonlight arts collective and verisart.
- note this print is unframed.
Estimated shipping date September 25th
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about this art
"My debut edition is called Say Maybe and this piece was part of my art show that I had a few years ago called Noun. The whole concept was that every painting is inherently a noun because it's a thing. But if I changed the form of speech that it was, would it change the way that you viewed it? I also give example words for each piece and the example words that I gave for this piece, specifically, were stop, live and should.
The title 'say maybe' I left it pretty ambiguous so people can have their own interpretation of what it means, or what the intention is. But for me, I labeled it a verb. Which interestingly enough allows the painting to feel more alive and more of an action than it is just a stagnant piece. So that was the concept for my show and one of my favorites." - carly chaikin
Carly Chaikin is an actress, writer and artist, most notable for her roles as ‘Darlene’ on USA’s critically acclaimed “Mr. Robot” and as ‘Dalia Royce’ on ABC’s hit show “Suburgatory”. For her work on “Suburgatory”, Chaikin was nominated for a Critics’ Choice Award for Best Supporting Actress and a Teen Choice Award.
Carly had her debut solo show “Noun” in 2018 which was featured in the New York Times amongst many other outlets. Her work has also been featured by Marie Claire, Women’s Wear Daily, Nylon magazine and on both the “Rachael Ray” show and Harry Connick Jr.’s talk show, “Harry”.