"Miel (Honey)"

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Honey, painting by Gabriel Navar inspired by the cucamonga honey bear " Miel (Honey) "
acrylic & oil on wood
34 x 28 in © 2002 Gabriel Navar

Inspired by the "cucamonga" honey bear and its label, this painting is a personal tribute to entities in my life that make it sweeter. I suppose the painting is also my way of visually enjoying and combining not only the figure, but also the landscape and consumer imagery. "Pop Art" is one of my favorite art movements.

When I saw the "cucamonga" honey bear, I knew I'd paint it!

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