George Strasburger

George Strasburger began painting at age 12. He has a public studio in Tucson and has widely exhibited throughout the Southwest. Working mainly in oils, Strasburger is influenced strongly by neighbors and the landscape around him, with a focus on what unites us as aware people.

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The Chore is a metaphor for the task of living, often repetitive and mundane, yet immersed in a world of beauty and love. While painting this, the artist imagined an immigrant family starting a new peaceful life. When the family separation policy took effect, his mind went to this mother and child being torn apart.  Title: The Chore  Medium: Oil on Linen  Size: 36 x 24  Year of Creation: 2013  Price $3,200  For sales inquiries, please contact the artist directly at  www.georgestrasburger.com

The Chore is a metaphor for the task of living, often repetitive and mundane, yet immersed in a world of beauty and love. While painting this, the artist imagined an immigrant family starting a new peaceful life. When the family separation policy took effect, his mind went to this mother and child being torn apart.

Title: The Chore

Medium: Oil on Linen

Size: 36 x 24

Year of Creation: 2013

Price $3,200

For sales inquiries, please contact the artist directly at www.georgestrasburger.com