Map of the Brighter Future
This Map of the USA has "The Night Watch", edited by David Bridburg in his "Contemporary 1 Rembrandt", as the captivating inset image.
The map of the United States of America is given great depth by the artist's methods. The larger this image is seen, the more fascinating it becomes for the audience.
New Amsterdam, aka New York, is heavily flavored by the early Dutch settlers. This image presents the youth and energy of the "Empire State". The artwork is expansive. Maps of the USA have seeds of Manifest Destiny that are seemingly timeless.
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The United States of America, Conservative
The "red" is from the CMYK color space. This is an unnatural color. The over sized bird transposed onto the map of the USA is from another of Bridburg's creations, "Bird in Flight".
Maps of The United States of America are often a conservative beacon. This image is no different. The "Bird in Flight" soaring over the Rockies symbolizes freedom.
The artist's Post Modern conceptual work makes a statement about the conservative point of view. Freedom in the wilderness is exciting. The expanse that is America takes to fight.
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Maps of the USA
Artist David Bridburg works with an over arching genre known as Postmodernism. Music Notes 4, the black map of the USA on a white background, signed, is part of Bridburg's Post Contemporary Collection.
The artist's basic concept is the use of public domain images to form new aesthetic out of them by applying more modern genres to the underlying images. In this regard, Bridburg has created Post Pop, Contemporary, Post Contemporary, Modern Conceptual and other artwork, always under the one umbrella. While the artist uses photographs, he strays in his computer work into several forms of digital abstraction.
Bridburg decidedly never works within a singular style of art. This not related to the genres he achieves, but to the construct based nature of his ideas. Incorporating ideas into a single work of art, and then moving to add and subtract ideas one image to the next, the work never stands still.
Maps of the United States of America have power. Presented here in black, African Americans are given that power in this artwork. The work is a form of minimalism on a white space.
Green of the US Military, this image is a remark on the forces within American society by artist David Bridburg. African American suppression is at the heart of this message.
Maps of the USA online are usually a commercial affair. This image is most certainly a fine art declaration. As a Post Modern image, the aesthetics diverge from fine art avant garde ideas into a digital composite that is fully formed.
Maps of the United States of America do not usually have a US Flag overlay. The flag as a prison with a military motif of green leaves a paradoxically beautiful male aesthetic.
When thinking of symbolism, we might think of a challenging image to mull over, but this artwork is not challenging to viewer. This piece of art is the viewer, black or white.
Symbolism distinguishes this image. The artist, David Bridburg, evokes a statement about incarceration in America. Maps of the USA generally are not used in dynamic fine art. The American flag overlay creates an enigma.
Maps of the United States of America have an impact globally. As if carved out of a fine wood, the map is held in a high esteem. Do not let anyone tell you differently. The US Constitution, the abundance, have peoples around the world yearning to live in the US, warts and all.
The red, white and blue against the white landscape of the portrait shaped image signify pride in our country. The artist leaves the viewers an elegant aesthetic. The full intent is to create a paradox.