Todd Monaghan, 2019, 93"x 76", 2019, acrylic, egg shells and pastel on vinyl.
This is one of the largest black and white pieces that is available by New York artist Todd Monaghan. This piece is actually done on a discarded painting on a piece of vinyl that he found discarded on the street on the Upper Eastside of New York City. The discarded vinyl painting was an interesting starting point for Monaghan as the piece was originally entitled "Atrocities of War". Monaghan reworked the piece in his signature format and flipped the meaning to go in the opposite direction. Like a number of Monaghan's black and white series, this piece gets its texture from the use of egg shells.