Close your eyes, make a wish and let your dreams come true.
Acrylic, argon, neon, glass, rubber, and transformer on powder coated steel
48 x 48 x 3 inches
Kyle Yip is a Canadian hypersurrealist artist recognized for his exact reproductions of visual art, music and film conceived from his dreams. Since a 2006 Arts York Visual Arts Graduate Exhibition at Group of Seven artist Frederick Varley’s residence in York Region, Yip’s work has been widely exhibited internationally in solo and group exhibitions.
An exact reproduction of a neon sculpture conceived and produced during recurring dreams of the artist. While the purpose of dreams are not completely understood, psychoanalysts believe dreams to be projections of our deepest desires and fears.They are the direct expression of the imagination and utilize the most efficient language of symbolism and mythological archetypes.