LASANSKY, TOMAS | LINCOLN XVI PAINTING
Tomas Lasansky followed in his father’s (Mauricio Lasansky) footsteps and learned the meticulous skills needed for the craft of printmaking. Tomas is known for is printmaking but he even created detailed paintings and drawings. He is depiction Abraham Lincoln a favorite of Lasansky’s. When asked about the people he recreates in his art, Tomas said he portrays those who he has found influential to him. This particular painting is a splatter on Linen. The technique in splatter is he holds the paintbrush essentially flicks the wrist or in a throwing motion of the hand to create small and large paint drops that splatter onto the canvas.