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Ghosts of the Plague

2014

Single piece Dated Titled

1

Size

172.7 x 149.8 cm
67.99 x 59 in

Year

2014

Medium

Paintings

Reference

2c54534b

Acrylic mixed media on stretched canvas.

"Ghosts of the Plague" is the rebirth of Venice. Every year there is a celebration that honors the day the bubonic plague was declared eradicated. The painting has the date the plague was declared removed from Venice, Italy hidden within the abstract.

Exhibited in 2014 at Villa Pisani National Museum.

1963 Corpus Christi, TX, United States

Jumper Maybach (born Ben Workman; 1963) is an American artist. Having suffered decades of emotional abuse and being marginalized for his sexual orientation, he finds himself on the brink of an emotional precipice from which the artist Jumper Maybach steps forward and becomes instrumental and vital to Ben’s healing process.

Jumper’s hope is that his abstract way of seeing love, acceptance and freedom resonates whether you have walked a similar life path to Ben or not.

Ben believes it is a person’s traumas that define the individual. Through Jumper he releases his joy as well as his pain into his artwork, thus becoming the storyteller of the creation. The art is a constant evolution of color and complete abandonment of the paint. The complexity of the abstract style comes from deep within.Jumper Maybach’s art is about turning darkness into light.


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Address

Houston, 1907 Sabine St #155

Jumper Maybach Fine Art supports artists and endeavors that are artistic, cultural, and societally relevant. The gallery presents an environment that supports positivity through the evolution of color and the creation of art. Inspired by his own triumph through grim adversity, Jumper Maybach provides a space where art is a beacon for ending hate, bullying an...

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