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Realtor-turned-artist Gary Rosen brings Page Six-themed piece to Art Basel

SL Inexperienced Realty bigwig-turned-artist Gary Rosen has immortalized Page Six in a brand new piece.

A 48-inch-by-36-inch combined media art work — known as “Page Six” — is described as “spray paint on wooden panel with hand-poured resin.” The Page Six emblem seems over artistically organized clippings from The Submit and Page Six, together with tales and pictures on topics from Snoop Dogg to Lin-Manuel Miranda.

A supply defined, “Gary is a giant fan of The Submit. He graduated with a BFA specializing in graphic design. He rediscovered his artwork expertise just a few years again, as soon as his kids had been older.”

Rosen instructed us from Art Basel Miami of his inspiration for the homage, “Ever since I’ve labored within the metropolis, it’s the very first thing I open up to … [it’s the] taste of the town.”

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Tina Sanders

Tina Sanders

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