“Madonna” – Spray Paint on Canvas by Me….

Posted: January 4, 2014 in Art Work
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“Madonna” – By me, Ray Ferrer
14″ x 11″
Spray Paint on Canvas

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Ferrer - Madonna

  1. I really dig the background on this piece and the stencil work is awesome too!

  2. meanithnem says:

    Looks great!!! I wonder how you made it.

  3. Reblogged this on Fun, Freedom, Fulfillment…. The Chase and commented:
    I seem to be surrounded by Madonna lately. When I was a child, I loved her with a passion. I think it may have been due to growing up where I did, but liking Madonna was NOT cool. In fact, it was probably because she was white, so she couldn’t possibly be cool or real or blah blah blah. But, thanks in no small part to catching a rerun of Glee (I was horrendously hung over) I’ve been pondering her a lot lately and listening to her ‘Ultimate Collection’. And, seriously, the woman is iconic. She’s shaped a generation of women’s ideas about femininity, sex and strength. She doesn’t take any shit, she simply rocks. That realisation put Beyoncé, Rihanna, etc in a whole new light for me, because she really was the sexy video genesis (at least as I remember it). For good or ill, her influence will live on forever, as our generation shapes future ones and they do the same.
    I love this image, it reminded me of Madonna then, and an earlier more hopeful self. So, thank you Ray Ferrer 🙂

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  5. jsweet55723 says:

    Reblogged this on jsweet55723's Blog and commented:
    Love the art work!!

  6. kelihasablog says:

    That’s beautiful Ray! 😀

  7. stan2606 says:

    I really admire your work. I’m amazed that you can do this with spray paint.

  8. Judy says:

    Beautiful 🙂

  9. testakleez66 says:

    I envy your talent…not only did you capture Madonna, but I see a little Marilyn Monroe in the art! Excellent work.

  10. DCTdesigns says:

    Ray I am so so loving the use of color you have been employing in your works of art as of late. Lovely.

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