Whorl’s artworks could today be viewed as an expose on the condition of our throw away lifestyle. This could even be said about Whorl’s Marilyn Monroe canvas. As well as a can of the Campbell Soup, Marilyn was iconic, soaked her admirer’s with a warm, good feeling and then was recklessly emptied and thrown away. In the great stretch to time, suppose Warhol was accurate, the paintings are of nothing, the soup means nothing and maybe Marilyn was treated by society in the very same way. So many people admire her now, even nowadays.
Can a person’s life and accomplishments be consolidated to a acrylic painting that represents nothing? Whorl’s paintings can absolutely make one think about vat the priorities of human race are. The things that we put so much importance on are so fleeting and when they are made larger than life on a acrylic painting, they force us to account our mortality. Plenty Of Whorl’s artworks were in a way tied very closely to religion. He created use of gold leaf in the tradition of iconic paintings of Byzantine Catholics.
In Gold Marilyn Monroe depicts her iconic Status, the affection Of her admirers and the sheer lonesomeness of her life. Her face is painted as if she were in a newsprint advertising, another throw away in our lives. Warhol continually brought attention to the fame that affected objects and people to a religious following. It is hard to make a bold intellectual connection by simply studying a Whorl’s acrylic painting. Only those that yet have a preconceived emotional bond to the subject of his paintings can feel anything from them.