Making Whales // Pilleriin Leet // Canvas Surreal Artwork, Gallery Wrapped Giclee, Contemporary, Modern Art, Surrealism, Animals, Kids Room

Making Whales // Pilleriin Leet // Canvas Surreal Artwork, Gallery Wrapped Giclee, Contemporary, Modern Art, Surrealism, Animals, Kids Room

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  • Handmade
  • Materials: Canvas, wood, gallery wrap

  • Height: 30 inches
  • Width: 30 inches
  • Depth: 1.5 inches
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Whimsical design by Pilleriin Leet 30x30 archival giclee on printed on gallery wrapped canvas, ready to hang.

An Aleatoric Mind Cannot be Denied a Chance

When a young artist shows up on our doorstep with the enthusiasm and motivation of Pilleriin Leet we find a way to bend the rules just a tad. Leet’s surreal and macabre photo/painting/montages reflect a different side of aleatoric art. In this case the element of chance is present in the conceptualization of her pieces which she approaches from single starting point somewhere in the middle and moves outward without a clue where she’ll end up. Her subjects often turn out to be clowns, horses and dolls, but in her own words, “Clowns, horses and dolls scare me!” Perhaps that’s why their heads are invariable grafted onto mismatched bodies.

In this way Pilleriin Leet shows us a side of aleatoria that hadn't occurred to any of us: What if the element of chance collaborated with the element of chance and mother nature went random on us? That's why we keep an eye on the young ones: they're always one step ahead of us. -Ray Cabarga