Brilliant and intentional, outrageous, yet naive are a few ways to describe the visual artistry of modern "Pop artist" Mary Millar. Continually blurring the boundaries of what defines "low brow" subject matter, much of Mary Millar's work involves the humorous misuse of advertising, religion, and sexuality. With bold graphic images on large canvases to digital collage, Millar's impact is immediate.
Get ready to wash your mind with a double-decade dose of the art stylings of "PopQueen" Mary Millar. "Growing up in the 70's and 80's was an epic time to witness advertising and marketing at it's best," states Millar.
With pieces showing off vibrating beds, roller derby, and edgy pulp, to retro signage, Tonya Harding and Spam, "Pop Therapy" is sure to please.